Teens Undergo Crash Course To Learn Dangers Of Distracted Driving
Approximately 3,500 teenagers died in distracted-driving related accidents last year. Now, southland teens are going through distracted-driving courses to become aware of the danger. Stephanie Simmons reports.
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