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Road safety speaker

​Nathan Cook

 

 

 

Topics: impaired driving, aggressive and dangerous driving, seatbelt use, speeding

Nathan's daughter, Chelsea, and her best friend were killed by an impaired driver in Fort Nelson in 2010. They were both grade nine students and passengers in the vehicle driven by a friend who had been drinking and doing drugs. Two other friends were injured in the crash and only one person was wearing a seatbelt.

Nathan, a paramedic, shares how a poor decision can have devastating effects for family, friends and the community. 

  • Audience: Suitable for Grade 12 students
  • Cost: ICBC sponsors $500 for one presentation per school year, per school
  • Requirements: Laptop, microphone, projector and screen

Booking information

Nathan's availability is limited to the North Central region only. Please contact your local Road Safety coordinator for more information.