Several news agencies have revealed that there is a new national program dedicated to the expansion of children safety while riding inside of vehicles.
This program, called ‘Buckle Up for Life’, was formed in response to the startling new data gathered by state officials that show that the rates of Hispanic and African-American children dying in car incidents are reportedly higher than ever. It appears that Hispanic and African-American children are less likely to be buckled up and more likely to die in car crashes, according to the news. Buckle Up for Life is a program focused on preventing injury to all children and adults, especially among the Hispanic and African-American communities in Cincinnati.
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