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The figures reveal that 16 percent of these children lost their lives, but that figure increases to a worryingly 27 percent in Iowa. The study was published online in May by the Journal of Pediatrics.
AZDPS states that more than 60% of occupants of all age groups that were killed in fatal crashes in 1996 were unrestrained during the crash. From car seats to booster seats to adult safety belts – the best way to protect your passengers is to ensure they are properly buckled up before you start your car’s engine.
According to safekids.org, Halloween is the one day of the year where children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed. As grim as it may sound, don’t let this ghoulish statistic keep you and your loved ones from enjoying your evening.
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