Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Placer High juniors, Mariah Dvorak, left and Olivia Coder, right, reflect on a car accident they were in, not related to drunk driving, but still bringing back bad memories.
"It was hard for me seeing the jaws of life and hearing the sounds of glass and metal breaking," said Coder. "It's scary how quickly life can end. As a teenager you think you're invincible but you're not."
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Chloe Romero is placed on the stretcher before being life flighted out of Le Febvre Stadium by Calstar.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Placer High junior Heather Johnston, middle, feels the emotional pain as she listens to the reading of Blake Prior's obituary at the end of the Every 15 Minutes drunk driving skit.
"I'm friends with Blake Prior and it was very hard listening to his obituary being read," said Johnston. "Even though it's not real it was hard to watch."
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Le Fevbre Stadium was the scene of Every 15 Minutes program, giving students a reality check to the devastation a drunk driving accident can be.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal After being taken out of class, Kelsey Lardner then gets her make-up applied to look the part of death. She is not allowed to talk or interact with other students during the rest of the day.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Auburn City firemen attend to senior Brianna Laughlin who plays the driving victim in the second car during Every 15 Minutes at Placer High.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Seeing Calstar land in Le Febvre Stadium adds to the realness of Every 15 Minutes at Placer High.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Not a scene teenagers want to experience, as Seth Parrish plays the role of a driver getting arrested for DUI.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal A frustrated Seth Parrish bangs his head on the trunk of the police car as he gets arrested for drunk driving during the Every 15 Minutes skit.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Auburn police officers get ready to place Seth Parrish in the back of the police car before booking him on drunk driving charges.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Auburn police officer Chris Forman asks questions to Seth Parrish as he tries to reflect on the events which happened before driving his vehicle drunk.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Brianna Laughlin plays the driver in the second car and suffers injuries to her head and face.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Danielle Ferretti talks with Kelly Baraga of the California Highway Patrol after her friends are air-lifted and driven away in an ambulance.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Placer High senior Seth Parrish plays the role of a drunk driver killing his friend played by Blake Prior during the Every 15 Minutes program Monday morning.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal As part of the Every 15 Minutes program, Gary Pantaleoni, plays death and enters classrooms through out the day, taking students like junior Kelsey Lardner out of class. Lardner then plays dead representing another person dying from a drunk driving accident.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Placer High assistant principal, Gary Pantaleoni reads the obituary of Blake Prior, which his parents actually wrote for the Every 15 Minutes program Monday morning.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Brianna Laughlin gets wheeled to the ambulance by Auburn City firemen during the Every 15 Minutes program Monday.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Seth Parrish, who plays the teen drunk driver, attempts to walk a line during a sobriety test administered by Auburn Police officer Chris Forman.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Auburn police officer Chris Forman observes Seth Parrish attempting to follow his pen as part of the standard sobriety test.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Chloe Romero has emergency crew members get her ready to be wheeled to the Calstar helicopter, air-lifing her out of Le Febvre Stadium at Placer High.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Placer High junior, Blake Prior lays lifeless on the hood of the Subaru as he plays the teen who died as a result of a drunk driving accident during the Every 15 Minutes skit.