Norwell High Principal William Fish watches Corey Scanlon, who spoke to students after the mock crash. Scanlon was in a drunk driving accident in 2002 right after he graduated from Silver Lake Regional High School in Kingston. He was behind the wheel, driving on I-95 in Foxborough, and two of his friends in the car were killed. "What you guys saw out there—that's what I went through," he said. "It wasn't a mock crash. It's real life." Scanlon served two years in prison after the crash. He now speaks about his experience to "hopefully change someone else's life."