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More than 6,000 people from across the north east of Scotland attended a road safety show in Aberdeen earlier this month
Senior secondary school pupils from across Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City and Moray packed into Aberdeen's Beach Ballroom to see the Safe Drive Stay Alive show, in its seventh year.
Elgin Academy pupil Charlotte Ball attended the show and said she thought the show was incredible:
"The man in a wheelchair made a huge impact on me. Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to be there, I feel really privileged."
Chairman of the Aberdeenshire Community Safety Executive, William Munro, said:
"We now have a complete generation of people who have seen Safe Drive Stay Alive from the age of around 16 and most of whom will now be driving on our roads.
Chair of the Aberdeenshire Community Planning Partnership and Leader of the council Anne Robertson, said:
"Safe Drive Stay Alive is an excellent partnership project and a huge amount of work goes on behind the scenes putting it into production each year, I congratulate everyone involved in the project.
Safe Drive Stay Alive is sponsored by ExxonMobil and Petrofac and involves a number of partner organisations working together to improve road safety.
Safe Drive Stay Alive is organised by the Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership with close co-operation and participation by Aberdeenshire Council, Grampian Police, Grampian Fire and Rescue Service, Scottish Ambulance Service, NHS Grampian and Aberdeen City and Moray Councils.
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