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Safety at Staceyville Primary

Published:Sunday | May 17, 2015 | 5:00 AM
ROAD SAFETY TIPS: Students of Staceyville Primary School in Clarendon listen carefully as Corporal Daniel Bennett (right) of the JCF's Road Safety Unit explains the rule of the road. The students were engaged in a simulation exercise where they practised proper road usage during a visit by the JAA Junior Club team on Wednesday, May 6, part of activities that marked the United Nations Global Road Safety Week. Students have been involved in four road crashes at the school's entrance in recent times. Also present for the school visit were Carey Lue-Pann, project manager of the JAA's Junior Club, and Anthony Brown, the club's project manager.
Contributed HANDS UP! : Carey Lue-Pann, project manager, JAA Junior Club (right) shows students of the Staceyville Primary School in Clarendon how to cross the street safely. The JAA’s Junior Club and the JCF’s Road Safety Unit visited the school during the United Nations Global Road Safety Week on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 to share Road Safety advice.
Students of the Staceyville Primary School in Clarendon simulate the aftermath of a road traffic accident where the pedestrian has been distracted by text messaging. Looking on is Corporal Daniel Bennett of the JCF’s Road Safety Unit, who visited the school to share road safety advice.
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On Wednesday, May 6, during United Nations Global Road Safety Week, the Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA) paid special attention to the Staceyville Primary School in Clarendon, where there have been a number of crashes involving students. The visit involved a number of simulation exercises as the pictures indicate.