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Huntingdon: Road Safety Film
A group of students from Huntingdon have created a road safety film.
The aim of the video, titled 'Future not Funeral', is to reduce the number of young people killed or seriously hurt in car crashes.
Figures from Cambridgeshire Police show nine 16 to 25 year olds were killed on Cambridgeshire's roads in 2011, with 86 more seriously injured.
In 2010 12 young people were killed on Cambridgeshire's roads, and 78 more seriously hurt.
The film, produced by NACRO Huntingdon, aims to reduce those numbers by getting young people to think carefully about their styles of driving.
A homeless man in Cambridge, who saw a student set fire to £20, has told Heart the 18-year-old "deserves to be kicked out of University."
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough would need £800m to perform a radical overhaul of their NHS services, according to the British Medical Association.
There has been a national public outrage against a Cambridge University student who burnt money in front of a homeless man.
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