Efforts to reduce teen crashes in Sullivan County include simulation program
SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. - Just this year, 55 teens in Tennessee have been killed in crashes. According to Tennessee Highway Patrol, four of those happened in our region. Now, one of our local counties is putting kids in the driver's seat in attempt to change that.
"Ruptured lungs, broken spleen, broken liver, and a head injury," Trevor Perry told News 5 of the fake injuries he received during a impaired-driving simulation.