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Distracted driving program eye-opening for Towson High students
Distracted driving program eye-opening for Towson High students

Mahaj Henry figured it would be difficult. And he was right. In a simulation of driving while texting during a distracted driving program at Towson High School, Henry, an 18-year-old senior, took his eyes off the road to read a text, and hit a car. "It was interesting," Henry said. "It was easy until I got to the texting part." Texting and talking on cellphones while driving is illegal in the state of Maryland. Nonetheless, educators at Towson High School wanted to reinforce the dangers of both at the distracted driving program held Wednesday at the school. "Our children lack the judgment that comes with experience and a program like this does a good job of...

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