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Law enforcement message to teens: Buckle up

Annual seatbelt campaign starts next week

Beginning next week, the law enforcement and safety agencies in Kansas will join forces to stop what has been an epidemic for the past several years – young drivers and passengers dying in car crashes after not using seat belts.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 24, and running through March 7, Kansas Highway Patrol troopers and area local authorities will participate in the annual seatbelt enforcement campaign around area high schools, said Lt. Steve Billinger of the KHP. The SAFE initiative (Seatbelts Are For Everyone) is a program administered by the students of the high school they attend.
Currently, 54 counties totaling 124 ...


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