On the Road Again: The Distracted Driving Project visits Red Bay High School

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RED BAY, Ala. - Red Bay High School is home to one of Alabama's most active chapters of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD).

Chapter president Devante Patterson knows distracted driving is one of those decisions.

"You can kill others, not to mention yourself," he says.

The students at Red Bay were a great group and we were so glad to visit them as part of the Distracted Driving Project.

Attorney David Hodge of Morris, King & Hodge is one of our partners in the project and led Thursday's presentation.

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