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"It Can Wait" no texting & driving program at Amarillo High School

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Amarillo, TX - Amarillo High School students will be able to get a hands on look at the dangers of texting and driving today.

AT&T is bringing their aggressive "It Can Wait" program to Amarillo High School.

The simulator will allow students to see first hand what can happen when you text while you drive.

Students will be able to pledge not to text and drive and hear speakers on the nationwide campaign.

 

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