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Alex Makos of Mansfield, a senior at Wilkes University, plays a distracted-driving simulator video game while texting and wearing pair of DUI impairment goggles during campus demonstration Monday. Wilkes and Northeast Highway Safety Program had the simulator set up for students to see what it feels like to drive drunk with distractions. State police and AAA Mid-Atlantic are to be on campus this week to talk statistics, simulate drunk-driving scenarios and give Breathalyzer demos in an effort known as National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.
Alex Makos of Mansfield, a senior at Wilkes University, plays a distracted-driving simulator video game while texting and wearing pair of DUI impairment goggles during campus demonstration Monday. Wilkes and Northeast Highway Safety Program had the simulator set up for students to see what it feels like to drive drunk with distractions. State police and AAA Mid-Atlantic are to be on campus this week to talk statistics, simulate drunk-driving scenarios and give Breathalyzer demos in an effort known as National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.
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Alex Makos of Mansfield, a senior at Wilkes University, plays a distracted-driving simulator video game while texting and wearing pair of DUI impairment goggles during campus demonstration Monday. Wilkes and Northeast Highway Safety Program had the simulator set up for students to see what it feels like to drive drunk with distractions. State police and AAA Mid-Atlantic are to be on campus this week to talk statistics, simulate drunk-driving scenarios and give Breathalyzer demos in an effort known as National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.


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