On a rainy day, 400 Camas High School seniors witnessed a powerful reenacment about the effects of drunk driving.
The elaborate drunk driving car crash demonstration, called Stop Kids Intoxicated Driving, or S.K.I.D, has been presented to all Camas High School seniors for the past six years.
The demonstration, organized by Kelly Kealoha, involved the Camas fire and police departments, emergency medical services services and Washington State Patrol, along with the student and parent actors. The participation from these volunteers gave the audience a chance to witness the real potential effects of drunk driving.
Tim Moore, a retired deputy out of Hillsboro, Ore., assisted Kealoha in the re-enactment, and has been presenting S.K.I.D. to various high schools around the area since 1998.
The performance started with an officer saying, “Good morning everyone and welcome to something both unusual and interesting,” a well chosen introduction for those about to see the demonstration.