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Seatbelt deaths

A REPORT in the medical journal, The Lancet, has stated that front seat occupants are more than five times as likely to die in accidents when the rear seat passengers are not wearing seatbelts. The study, from Japan, looked at information on 73,893 accidents, and concluded 80% of deaths would have been avoided if rear occupants had been belted.

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