The demonstration was not only a unique learning experience for students, it also served as a training opportunity for first responders.
ThedaStar took party in today's demonstration.
It was part of the "Every 15 Minutes" campaign, which gives teens a dramatic look at what happens when someone is killed because of drunk driving - and how it affects people's lives.
Kimberly High School police liaison, Mark Wery, "If this has only changed the mind of one person today, even if we've only impacted one person who doesn't drink and drive, somebody will be thankful for that"
Tomorrow, students will attend an all-school assembly.
There, they will watch a film depicting the arrest of the drunk driver and what happens to them in the court system.