If you have seen the video you need to read what happened next!!

12 June 2018 | From Arrive Alive


If you have seen the video you need to read what happened next

"We came across a video of learners in De Doorns, Western Cape which had gone viral. The video shows learners from surrounding Schools running at trucks & quickly moving out of the way at the last minute (Playing Chicken with the truck drivers) while someone filmed them. It has also been revealed that the drug "Tik" played a role at this time...

Further investigation by Active Education into the video found that it was taken in 2016. School Principals had taken action but had expressed a concern for the area and said further intervention would be necessary. With this in mind Active Education & Imperial Road Safety set off for De Doorns to speak to the Primary School learners about Road Safety & the Rules Of The Road.

One of the learners that were in the video since turned his life around, came forward and joined us in speaking to the learners about his experience & why it is so important to be Safe on the Roads. He has made a positive impact on the learners and was great to see something positive come out of this scary situation.

Antonio was one of the boys - he spoke to the learners today about Safety

Behaviour can change! This is the positive news for road safety and is evident from feedback received from Active Education! 

Antonio was one of the boys - he spoke to the learners today about Safety

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