Albertville Students Create Safe Driving PSA

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(Courtesy: Albertville Multimedia Team)

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — Students at Albertville High School created a video to help spread a message of safety. The story brings awareness to the dangers of drinking and driving as well as texting behind the wheel.

The video began as a contest submission, but soon blossomed into something that touched the lives of people in the school and city.

Officers, paramedics, and other city workers got involved with the project by donating their services.

The students behind the film say they want to help keep people safe. They say that they hope this video offers a chance to help at least one person, and they’ll be happy if it helps save one life. A student involved with the film, Lucas Blair told us, “We hope that this video will open the eyes to some of the drivers out and show them that people aren’t immortal.”

The video also won a state technology fair competition.

Watch the video here: