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PAGE 10 THE PRESS MAY 18, 2011 Getting down in the dirt Above: Larry Dvorak plants some potatoes while Ron Bakken gives him some friendly advice, DH1 COLLISION FROM PAGE 1 E quickly arrived on the scgne after the 911 call went very interesting to see what happens for real." out. Schlenk and Brust Were both pronounced dead He reminded the audience that there are some on the scene. Rand and Rehovsky were removed from decisions, such as drinking and driving, that you the backseat of their vehicle after the fire department cannot take back. used the Jaws of Life to cut the top of the car away so Jeff Dahlen with the Park River Fire Department the paramedics could remove them and then transfer stressed the importance of wearing a seatbelt them from the car to the ambulance. Berg initially was whenever you get into a car. nonresponsive and listed as critical. He was removed "We have never had to cut someone out of a car from under the rolled vehlcle and taken via life-flight who was wearing a seatbelt who didn't live," he said. helicopter for treatment while Cudgel and Onstad When Peschong addressed the crowd, he said this were questioned and given sobriety tests. Onstad was was not only to show the audience what happens in a charged with minor in Consumption. Cudgel was scenario like this or offer training to the emergency charged with driving under the influence, crews who showed up on the scene, but also to show The scene around the acident was chaotic. Lights the students that all of the people who responded, flashed. Sirens blared. But the students in the from the volunteer firemen and emergency medical bleachers behind the chain-link fence were silent, service volunteers to the law enforcement officers and Brust and Schlenk wer the last to leave the scene ambulance crews, took time from their jobs to -- in body bags. i respond to the mock accident because they care. Both Brust and Schlehk said they hope that the "We want you guys to be safe," he said. students who watched tlink about what they saw Anderson said every 15 minutes someone in the when making life-changing decisions. United States dies from an alcohol related traffic "Don't drink and drive," Brust said. collision. She said to the crowd that when it comes to In an assembly folloyeing the mock accident, making the right decisions the only person you are Guidance Councilor Skavhaug said, "It was responsible for is yourself and you have to start there very interesting to see a imulation. It would not be first. ,4','a--,4 k/o.r_c0000 LET YOUR VOICE BE HEAR.I) By Kelly Smith people organizing the event, car- That one dumb decision changed What a great opportunity it was mg students that were good my life and how I feel physically for me to be apart of e mock enough to let me do their bloody each and every day. DUI related crash that was held in and gory makeup, caring teachers This mock crash was not just to Park River on Wed. Matt that brought the children out to see Peschong of the North Dakota this sometimes uncomfortable sit- target those out there that are Highway Patrol did a phenomenal uation to talk about. Caring par- drinking and driving. I hope it job or not only organizing the ents that allowed their kids to was also for those kids like event (which included the time watch, Caring law enforcement me ..... the ones that basically did and training efforts of many dig that would like to keep this sort Of the right thing most of the time, ferent agencies) but also ifi how he thing fake and not have to see the but thodght one ride with some 9resented the event to the kids that kids in the real thing. Tears rolled people I kind of knew from school were portraying the accident vic- down my face remembering my would be no big deal, tims. I can't say enough what a own accident I was in when I was So THANK YOU to Trooper great example he was throughout 16. No, I was not the one that was Matt Peschong, I hope you know the day to the kids and also corn- drinking in my accident. I made a that some of the future adults of munity about caring. That could bad choice and got in a car with a the Park River community are bet- be seen everywhere you looked friend that I did not know was ter informed because of you and during the scenerio .... cafin fire- drinking. Ten minutes later I was fighters, Paramedics, Sheriff de- upside down in a ditch with a bro- your efforts! partment, and highway patrol ken neck getting ready to be taken Editor's Note: Smith was the responding to their job, caring to Rochester Mayo Trauma unit. make up artist for the mockcrash. Enter For A Chance To Win A Free Gas Card Each Friday In May. - No purchase necesry. your end, and we'll shred them for free. Michigan firstunitedonline, com FIRST UNIFr.O Bank r Putting You First NorthSC00N Statesvide Classlfieds HELP WANTED WANTED: AMBULANCE ASSIS- TANT Director; minimum 3 yrs expe- rience emergency healthcare, NREMT-Paramedic preferred. BLS/CPR instructor and Instruc- tor/Coordinator certification preferm-l. 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