The case for helmets


Jackie Bain, a health educator at the Delaware General Health District, drops an egg in a Styrofoam shell to demonstrate how helmets protect riders in crashes — during a presentation to Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School students Tuesday morning. Bain, along with two Delaware police officers, spoke to the students about bike safety and obeying the rules of the road to remain safe.

Jackie Bain, a health educator at the Delaware General Health District, drops an egg in a Styrofoam shell to demonstrate how helmets protect riders in crashes — during a presentation to Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School students Tuesday morning. Bain, along with two Delaware police officers, spoke to the students about bike safety and obeying the rules of the road to remain safe.


Glenn Battishill | The Gazette

Jackie Bain, a health educator at the Delaware General Health District, drops an egg in a Styrofoam shell to demonstrate how helmets protect riders in crashes — during a presentation to Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School students Tuesday morning. Bain, along with two Delaware police officers, spoke to the students about bike safety and obeying the rules of the road to remain safe.

Jackie Bain, a health educator at the Delaware General Health District, drops an egg in a Styrofoam shell to demonstrate how helmets protect riders in crashes — during a presentation to Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School students Tuesday morning. Bain, along with two Delaware police officers, spoke to the students about bike safety and obeying the rules of the road to remain safe.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/05/web1_DSC_1073.jpgJackie Bain, a health educator at the Delaware General Health District, drops an egg in a Styrofoam shell to demonstrate how helmets protect riders in crashes — during a presentation to Delaware’s Willis Intermediate School students Tuesday morning. Bain, along with two Delaware police officers, spoke to the students about bike safety and obeying the rules of the road to remain safe. Glenn Battishill | The Gazette