Daniel Hannah and Elsie are friends at college studying A-levels. Daniel has received great grades and is going to uni. Daniel and Hannah have been in a relationship for nearly 2 years.
Life is everything it should be for these young people until the night before he leaves to go to university.
The play explores types of behaviour exhibited by those young people involved in road traffic collisions. In particular, it will focus on the consequence of distraction and peer-pressure, such as the use of mobile phones and social media whilst driving.
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