McALESTER — McAlester High School student Tucker Curry, left, answers questions from Griffin Hagler, from the ATT It Can Wait Tour, before starting the simulator. The simulator recreates driving while your texting on a phone. ATT wants everyone to know that no text message is worth losing your life over. This simulator is expected to travel to 220 locations this year to increase awareness to the dangers of texting and driving. For more information on texting and driving go to itcanwait.com.
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