The Richmond Register



In this file photo, Madison Central student Rikki Babuka, playing a “victim” of a drunk driving accident, is helped to the ground by Kentucky State Police Trooper Bubba Botkin, left, and Charles Tinsley, a Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement Officer, during a run-through of last March’s “Ghost Out” assembly demonstrating the dangers of drunken and impaired driving. “Ghost Out” is one of many safety promotions coordinated by the Madison County Safety Coalition.

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