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September 4, 2003

Bainbridge - The Georgia State Patrol held an Alcohol Awareness program  for students at Bainbridge college. A coffin was on display as well as a wrecked car, showing students what can happen if they choose to drive under the influence of alcohol.

Sergeant Buddy Johnson says they want them to know,"If they get caught there are consequences to getting caught. And certainly there are consequences to not getting caught if they get in an accident or a crash, that God forbid, hurts one of them or kills one of them."

Johnson says they hope students will designate a driver when they are planning to drink.

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