A hard-hitting demonstration of the aftermath of a car crash was given to students from Lutterworth College to warn them of the potential consequences of dangerous driving.
Firefighters, police and ambulance staff joined forces to perform a full scale accident reconstruction depicting a stolen car crashing with a drink driver at the wheel.
The police controlled the scene while the fire and ambulance service removed the trapped driver by detaching the roof of the car and using a full spinal board to pull the driver out.
The driver, played by Sasha Hopkins, was arrested for being in a stolen vehicle and drink driving and the passenger (Jake Armston) for being in a stolen vehicle.
Sasha was taken into custody in a police vehicle and to a mock court scenario where she was sentenced to prison.
Following the sentence the group were shown examples of bedding, food and clothing that was used in prison and a prison officer from Glen Parva Young Offenders Centre spoke about life behind bars.
The day was held as part of the Fatal4 campaign to warn people of the four most likely causes of fatalities on the road - drink driving, speeding, driving while on a mobile and driving without a seatbelt.
Sgt Paul Hardwick, of Harborough police, said: “We received very positive feedback from all the students and we hoped the message got across.
“This was a good example of all the emergency services working together.”