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Teachers share horror crash woe

In today's print edition of The News, a pair of Nathalia Secondary College teachers share the impact of attending the scene of a crash involving one of their students.

December 14, 2012 4:10am

Nathalia Secondary College science and biology teacher Marcus Cook and principal John Sciacca were first on the scene of the accident.

Today’s print edition of The News features Nathalia Secondary College principal John Sciacca and teacher Marcus Cook in part three of the Christmas road toll campaign.

They speak about dealing with the effects of road trauma and the impacts on a community.

Shepparton police continue to plead with the community to pay attention while on the roads and not to take unnecessary risks.

The News agrees with their message — we want to stop local people dying on local roads.

Greater Shepparton policing area’s road toll stands at 13 this year.

The Victorian road toll stands at 269, two less than at the same time last year.

In the coming weeks, The News will speak to victims of road trauma and emergency services personnel.

Today’s story is by News reporter Kaitlin Thals.

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