[metaslider id=53194] Trumbull Police Department, several area fire departments, Trumbull EMS and student volunteer actors played an important role in Trumbull High School's mock car crash\u00a0Friday, May 20. Police cars, fire engines and ambulances rushed to THS with lights flashing and sirens roaring, \u00a0to make the event \u2014 the first mock crash simulation on the school's ground in 13 years \u2014 as authentic as possible. According to the event's organizers, the demonstration was something\u00a0all teenagers needed to see before getting behind the wheel. Trumbull High Principal Marc Guarino delivered a message to the senior class who stood watched the staged tragedy unfold. The theme of his speech was to make good decisions, especially young drivers and specifically during this time of year with graduation and prom coming up. Hundreds of\u00a0seniors\u00a0gathered outside\u00a0in front\u00a0of the school to watch the\u00a0reenactment\u00a0of a car car crash, involving \u00a0young\u00a0high-school\u00a0students and the\u00a0consequences\u00a0of what can happen if you get behind the wheel after drinking\u00a0alcohol or taking drugs. There was plenty of buzz in the audience, with everyone in attendance learning\u00a0the importance of driving within speed limits \u2014 alcohol and drug free. At the\u00a0conclusion\u00a0of the reenactment all seniors\u00a0adjured\u00a0to the\u00a0auditorium\u00a0to continue the program.