Every 32 Minutes program coming to Raymond

The Region 2 Target Zero Task Force in partnership with the Raymond Police Department will be conducting the Every 32 Minutes program at the Raymond High School on Thursday, May 5th.

Emergency responders including law enforcement officers from the ’s Office, the Raymond Police Department and the will be participating.

Every 32 minutes within the school, a dispatch communication will go over the intercom of an accident involving one of the preselected students.

A sibling or best friend of the “victim” reads an obituary they have written over the intercom.

Meanwhile, in the classroom, paramedics place the “student victim” on a stretcher and cover them with a white sheet.

The student is taken to a staging area and will not return to class or have access to a cell phone or social media.

This continues every 32 minutes throughout the school day.

During the day, a large scale mock crash will occur outside of the school with a massive emergency response including a life flight helicopter.



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