The popular Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office program “Driving it Home” is making its way to east county. Sultan High School will host the event from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16.
As always, the program is open to all drivers, with an emphasis on newly-licensed student drivers and their parents/guardians.
The three-hour program features detectives’ reviews of several serious – some fatal - local crashes, testimonials from victims’ loved ones, a staged car-pedestrian collision, as well as a crashed vehicles exhibit.
The event is free; no registration is required. It is not suitable for small children.
Sultan High School is located at 13725 310th Ave. SE 98294.