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HIGHWAY HAZARDS

Late one night, you’re traveling along a lonely stretch of road when you notice a car ahead of you drift off the road and cartwheel into a ditch, finally coming to rest upside down in the middle of the road. As you quickly come to a halt behind the wrecked car, you immediately begin to assess the situation. What’s the best course of action? What are the dangers involved? How can I help? Should I help?

As with any scenario, the number-one priority is your own safety — don’t put yourself in a position where you need to be rescued along with the victim you tried to save. What are the dangers here? The biggest danger to you is traffic. You want others to see you from a long

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