Dearborn News


    ARRIVE ALIVE! Don’t drive distracted campaign launches in Dearborn Michigan, with help from Kimberly Ismail. With summer starting, prom and graduation season on the horizon, the City of Dearborn’s Mayor Jack O’Reilly Jr. Chief of Police Ronald Haddad, Deputy Fire Chief Joey Thorington, and Executive Director Youssef Mosallam of the Dearborn Public Schools sent a strong message to the community; over 2000 reported fatalities in metro Detroit in 2017, due to distracted driving. Speak to your children about distracted driving and tell them it can wait because you want to see them again Let’s keep our kids alive And fit in Emily Schneider of the Michigan Department of Transportation


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