A man rushes into a lift at workplace and initiates a conversation with colleagues.
Man: Can't believe it! I got held up in a work zone with one lane closed and speed limit at 35 miles per hour! Burns me up!
He sounds frustrated and angry.
Colleague 1: Yeah! But those people are working with cars flying by just a few feet away.
Man: Come on! It doesn't look that dangerous to me.
As the man steps out of the lift, a car flies past him. The man is taken by surprise.
For comparison, the scene is depicted as if the lift is right in the center of a work zone.
Another colleague steps out of the lift and starts narrating.
Collegaue 2: Remember, how would you like it when someone drove through your workplace at 65 miles per hour? Work zone crews are just doing their job.
Narrator: Stay alert! Stay alive in work zones!
The clip ends with image of Stay Alert sign board and logos of SHA and US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.