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Student Tori Thomas of Chambersburg, Pa., didn't last long behind the wheel of the Save a Life tour simulator. Thomas, a freshman at Penn State Mont Alto, took a spin in a driving simulator that tested a driver's ability to text and drive at the same time. She crashed early, ending her spin through the suburbs.

"I didn't get far, and I got a big fine," Thomas said. "It's definitely realistic and scary to think of."


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