New UF Campaign Urges Students to Wear Their Helmets
On the University of Florida campus, scooters are about as prevalent as books.
Helmets, however, are not.
Wednesday night a 19-year-old riding a scooter on to UF's campus was involved in a crash-- and officials say the student's helmet might have saved his life.
That's why a new campaign is geared towards getting more students to wear helmets, and one of the campaign organizers is speaking from experience.
Watch the video to the right to find out more.
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