A film and presentation by road accident survivors will be shown to north-east students.
The Safe Drive Stay Alive programme, an event designed to bring home to young adults the impact of road accidents, will see ex-Moray footballer Chris Tucker, 27, relive his crash on the A96.
Chris, 27, and five team-mates were in two Vauxhall Corsas coming back from an U21 match in Dingwall when the car he was a passenger in crashed on the A96 in 2012.
As a result of his injuries he had to learn how to walk and talk again.
He said: “The crash ended my career as a footballer, which was hard to take but it’s been something that I’ve had to deal with.
“My family went through so much. You just don’t realise how bad it was for them.”
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Chris was left in a critical condition following the crash with broken legs, hips and pelvis. His lungs and diaphragm also collapsed.
He had to have his spleen removed and suffered severe head injuries.
Even today he has difficulty with memory and speech.
Youngsters across the area were set to attend the viewing at Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom today.