Kansas’ kroger highway safety film is one of the most viewed in its history.
The trailer for the film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday night, and the trailer for another of the movies also debuted on Monday.
In this film, we see a woman who is a “safety coach” who travels to a small town in Kansas to help her children deal with traffic accidents.
The trailer includes an excerpt from a local radio station’s radio program.
The segment features an interview with a local woman who has been involved in road safety since she was in her late teens.
The woman says that she was at a speed limit when a woman hit her, which resulted in her losing control of her car and smashing her head on the ground.
She was then treated at the scene and later released.
Kroger said that it was a “good decision” to go ahead with the film.
The company said that the segment was a very personal one for the woman, who was the mother of four children.
The film’s trailer also features an excerpt of a local police department radio show.