Car Serves As Drunken-Driving Reminder For New Canaan Kids

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(From Left): School Resource Officer Jason Kim, Principal Bryan Luizzi, Capt. Leon Krolikowski, and Anthony Ceraso, owner of AC Auto Body, outside New Canaan High School with a damaged car reminding students not to drink and drive. Photo Credit: Anthony Buzzeo

NEW CANAAN, Conn. — When New Canaan High School students showed up at school Friday, they found a damaged car to remind them of the dangers of drinking and driving.

“These kids need to see that it really does happen,” said Anthony Ceraso, owner of AC Auto Body & Mechanical Service. His company supplied the damaged car to the high school.

“The visual shocks them to remember the significance of what they’re doing,” Principal Bryan Luizzi said. It sends a reminder to all students and parents of the dangers of drugs and alcohol, he said.

The car, which was placed right outside the front door of the high school, did not go unnoticed by students going to and from the school as many stopped and talked about the Volkswagen.

The senior prom and after-prom party take place Friday night.

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