Students at high schools across Tennessee wrote and created their own video public service announcements to show the dangers of texting while driving. The Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt challenged students to get creative in bringing awareness about distracted driving.
The Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program is addressing distracted driving among teens through a data-driven, research-based program funded by Ford Motor Company Fund and Community Services and The Allstate Foundation.
Through a unique hospital and school-based collaboration, the "Be In The Zone" Program aims to prevent injury and save lives by increasing knowledge about the dangers of distracted driving, especially cell phone use and texting while driving.
Columbia Central High School
Christ Presbyterian Academy
Central Magnet High School
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