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Rapides Regional Medical Center and Louisiana State Police Collaborate to Educate Students on Driving Safety

Alexandria, LA (March 12, 2024) – Rapides Regional Medical Center and Louisiana State Police teamed up today to present the Sudden Impact program to students from the Louisiana School for Agricultural Sciences (LaSAS).

This initiative aims to deliver crucial driving safety information to young drivers, emphasizing the importance of responsible driving habits.

The organizations expressed their dedication to delivering driving safety information to young drivers and continuing to educate those who need it most. Recognizing that education plays a pivotal role in reducing the number of serious injury crashes and fatalities on our roadways, both entities are committed to ensuring community safety.

The Sudden Impact program underscores the significance of responsible driving behavior, highlighting the potential consequences of reckless actions behind the wheel. By imparting valuable insights and practical guidance, the program equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to make informed decisions on the road.

The organizers emphasized their commitment to ensuring road safety for all families and urged everyone to play their part in promoting safer roads. For schools interested in participating in the Sudden Impact program, Rapides Regional Medical Center and Louisiana State Police encourage them to reach out to their nearest LSP Public Information Officer. Contact information for LSP Public Affairs Unit staff can be found at https://www.lsp.org/about/leadershipsections/superintendent/strategic-support/public-affairs-unit/public-affairs-staff/.

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