KIDS witnessed the fatal consequences of dangerous driving in crash reconstructions held across the county.

Over 3,000 students from across Worcestershire and Herefordshire watched a realistic imitation of a deadly car crash during safety workshops.

The Dying 2 Drive sessions took place at fire and police stations across the two counties over the last month.

Chief Fire Officer Nathan Travis said: "The Dying 2 Drive programme has been bigger than ever this year and we have had the highest attendance to date, which is fantastic.

"Through this powerful series of road safety workshops, we aim to educate soon-to-be young drivers with the vital skills and knowledge that will help keep them safe on the road, whether they are passengers or behind the wheel."

The staged crashes were followed by interactive lessons involving the fire service, police, ambulance service and other bodies.

Students were taught how to give CPR in the sessions.