National Safety Council
John Hall was simply doing his job in Rosedale’s food court around 5 p.m. on Sunday evening. That’s when Hall was faced with an unexpected choice of life or death.
A video game developed by the University of Minnesota is teaching teens the consequences of distracted driving. The internet-based game called “Distraction Dodger” was developed by the U’s Intelligent Transportation Systems Institute.
We’re not trying to scare anybody, but we found some of the National Safety Council’s “22 Most Likely Ways to Die” surprising. We’ve got a link to the list.