Sobering lesson in South Portland

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South Portland firefighters prepare to place Caitlyn Tucker, a junior at South Portland High School, into an ambulance Saturday, April 11, at the Maine Mall after a mock car crash. The event was part of the Maine Teen Driving Expo, designed to raise awareness about the hazards of driving while intoxicated or distracted. It was sponsored by the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Department of Transportation and AAA Northern New England.

South Portland Police Officer Richard Habr conducts an “OUI investigation” of Emilie Kennedy, a senior at South Portland High School, Saturday, April 11, at the Maine Mall after a mock car crash. The event was part of the Maine Teen Driving Expo, designed to raise awareness about the hazards of driving while intoxicated or distracted. It was sponsored by the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Department of Transportation and AAA Northern New England.

South Portland Police Officer Kaitlyn Thurlow “arrests” high school senior Emilie Kennedy on Saturday, April 11, at the Maine Mall after a mock car crash. The event was part of the Maine Teen Driving Expo, designed to raise awareness about the hazards of driving while intoxicated or distracted. It was sponsored by the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Department of Transportation and AAA Northern New England.

Employees of Conroy-Tully Crawford Funeral Home prepare to load a bag containing actor Eric Young into a hearse Saturday, April 11, at the Maine Mall after a mock car crash. The event was part of the Maine Teen Driving Expo, designed to raise awareness about the hazards of driving while intoxicated or distracted. It was sponsored by the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Department of Transportation and AAA Northern New England.

South Portland resident Olivia Carnell, 17, navigates an obstacle course wearing a pair of “drunk goggles,” to simulate the perils of impaired driving on Saturday, April 11, at the Maine Mall during the Maine Teen Driving Expo. The event was designed to raise awareness about the hazards of driving while intoxicated or distracted. It was sponsored by the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Department of Transportation and AAA Northern New England.

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