Patrolman Robby Perry, along with Wayne Alexander with the Department of Highway
Safety, stopped by the Morgan County High School to administer the Fatal Vision
activities and lecture. Fatal Vision was designed to show young adult
students the dangers of drinking and driving. "Drunk" goggles
are placed around the student's head and the visibility through them varies to
the content of alcohol presumably consumed. The student is then asked to
participated in standardized field sobriety tests as wells as a game of catch,
pick up the penny, and operating a golf cart on a miniature driving track.