Scard


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Related to Scard: scad, DCARD
n.1.A shard or fragment.
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SCARD was set up to help those who had suffered the loss of a loved one as a result of a road traffic collision by Rastrick woman Carole Whittingham, whose son Steven was killed by a drink-driver when he was 27.
The SCARD helpline runs from 9am to 9pm each day and is staffed by volunteers.
Carole Whittingham, MBE, of Rastrick, founder of the National Road Charity SCARD (Support and Care after Road Death) said: "This is a very clear, poignant and 'in your face' video which gets across the dangers of drink and drug driving very clearly.
SCARD (Support and Care After Road Death and Injury) and CADD (Campaign Against Drinking and Driving) have teamed up with a local filmmaker to get their message across.
It is being organised by Brighouse-based SCARD (Support and Care after Road Death and Injury), set up by mum Carole Whittingham after her son was killed in a crash.
SCARD (Support and Care After Road Death) needs more volunteers to run its phone helpline.
Brighouse woman Carol Whittingham, who launched road safety charities SCARD (Support and Care After Road Death and Injury) and CADD (Campaign Against Drink Driving) said the ludicrous quote was a symptom of the poor driving standards of younger people.