‘Arrive Alive Tour’ visits Mill Valley High to show dangers of driving drunk, texting

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SHAWNEE, Kan. -- Mill Valley High School students got a first-hand look at the dangers of distracted driving Monday.

A high-tech simulator shows the risks of drunk driving and texting while driving.  It's all a part of the Arrive Alive Tour sponsored by Unite.

FOX 4's Katie Ferrell was at the high school as several students took the simulated driving tests.

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