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Jacy Good

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Pilar Finsel

on 15 November 2016

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Transcript of Jacy Good

How It Happened
Jacy was a college graduate, on her way home with her parents when an 18-wheeler hit her car full force.
All By Herself
When paramedics arrived Jacy was not breathing and her parents had pasted away. She was later resuscitated and only given a 10% chance of surviving.
Jacy Good
Assembly Etiquette
When Jacy was just 23 years old, she was in a car crash that would change her life forever.
Her Story
How One Call Changed Everything
End Result
Defying the odds, Jacy slowly recovered and is now going through physical therapy to regain normal body function.
No Talking
While Jacy is talking everyone should be polite
Do not talk while she is talking.
Polite language
Only use language that is appropriate
Make a good impression

Act professional
Give whoever is on the stage your full attention.
Carry yourself in an appropriate manner
No horse-play
You’re representing your school
New York State Driving Fines
First offense: $50 to $200.
Second offense (within 18 months): $50 to $250.
Third offense (within 18 months): $50 to $450.

Risk Factors
Looking away for two or more seconds will double the risk of a crash or near crash.
Driver inattention due to drowsiness will increase the risk of a crash or near crash by at least four times.
A driver who is engaged in a secondary task while driving also increases their risk factor.

According to the NHTSA, 80% of crashes in New York were caused by driver inattention.

Studies Show...
Remember to...
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