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A group of area traffic safety officers applied Quick Response codes to their standard crash presentation for middle school students
By Chase Purdy
ROANOKE, Va.— If it could work for a bottle of ketchup, surely it would at the scene of a mock car crash. At least that was the reasoning a group of area traffic safety officers used when they applied a slew of checkered Quick Response codes to their standard crash presentation, given to middle school students each year. Months of brainstorm...
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