Released on 02 October 2012
Spaces are still available at the public performance of the Safe Drive Stay Alive (SDSA) show on the evening of Wednesday 21 November.
SDSA is an award winning initiative led by Surrey Fire & Rescue Service, to prevent young people being killed or seriously injured on our roads.
A live stage show based around a filmed reconstruction of a road traffic collision delivering hard-hitting messages about the dangers associated with driving.
This high impact performance traces events leading up to a road traffic collision and then follows the actions of the emergency services dealing with the incident. At appropriate moments the film is paused whilst police, ambulance, fire and rescue and accident and emergency staff speak of their own experiences at the scene and of the aftermath.
For the audience, the reality check doesn't stop there. For maximum effect, volunteer members of the public also take to the stage with personal stories about how their lives have affected by a fatal collision.
Real stories of life, tragic loss and regret leave the air heavy with raw emotion and impress upon the audience that their future is in their hands.
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