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2 fast 2 Soon re-launched

18 September 2012

Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership is re-launching their 2Fast2Soon programme that has been responsible for dramatically reducing the number of deaths amongst 17-24 year olds on the county's roads.

In the four years that 2Fast2Soon has been running, the death toll in this age group has been reduced by 50%.

Students experience a theatre production telling the story about one crash. Whilst some actors are used, most of the cast are real victims and members of the emergency services who witness the tragedies on the roads on an almost daily basis.

The key to success of this hard-hitting initiative is the follow-up workshops and practical training to alter dangerous driving behaviours.

2Fast2Soon was recognised internationally with a Prince Michael Award in 2010 and continues this year carrying endorsements by Sir Bob Geldof and Nigel Mansell CBE.

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