Brusly High School hosts End Distracted Driving presentation

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South

Top, End Distracted Driving, a national safety awareness program, was presented to Brusly High School students on Feb. 10. More than 150,000 students in several states in the nation have participated in the program that is designed to change dangerous driving habits. Speakers were Sen. Rick Ward, Port Allen and attorney Joel Feldman of Philadelphia who created the program after his daughter was killed by a distracted driver in 2009.  Brusly High Principal Walt Lemoine and football coach Erik Wills welcomed the speakers and encouraged students to learn more about the dangers of distracted driving.