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A new public service announcement out of England is part of a campaign to curb teen texting while driving.
The video shows three young girls in a car. The driver is sending a text message when she gets in a major accident including several other cars. The girl is seriously hurt, and her friends and another driver are killed.
The PSA is being shown to high school students in England, to show the serious and sometimes deadly results of using a cell phone while driving.
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: A video made for British high schools to demonstrate the dangers of texting while driving has shocked many with graphic car crashes. Richard Roth reports.
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