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Famous people who died from not wearing seat belts

Famous people who died from not wearing seat belts

Watch what happens if you don’t buckle up… https://www.facebook.com/radio.amenfm89.5/videos/vb.201344086613068/713359385411533/?type=2&theater

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Bob Simon (killed on 11 February 2015)
Read more… http://www.mercurynews.com/celebrities/ci_27514916/60-minutes-reporter-bob-simon-not-wearing-seat

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Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, Henri Paul (killed on 31 August 1997)
The one who survived the Princess Di crash was Trevor Rees-Jones who was the only one wearing a seat belt.

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James Dean (killed on 30 September 1955, when there were no seat belts)

Bungle up front and back
It will save your life.

The Department for Transport THINK! campaign has also been active in promoting seat belt wearing. The THINK! website states:
• In a crash someone not wearing a seat belt is more likely to die than someone using one. In 2007, of the 1,432 car occupants killed, research indicates that some 34% were not wearing a seat belt.
• While few people admit to regularly travelling without a seat belt, research shows that 24% of people admit they sometimes don’t wear a seat belt when travelling in the back, and 10% in the front. There is also evidence that people are less likely to use seat belts on short or familiar journeys or at low speeds. This puts them at serious risk of injury in a crash. • You are twice as likely to die in a crash if you don’t wear a seat belt.
• Nearly 300 lives would almost certainly have been saved in 2007 if all car occupants had been wearing a belt. Roughly, that’s one life a day

Full report on The AA Seat Belt Report... https://www.theaa.com/public_affairs/reports/aa-seat-belt-report.pdf

List of notable people who died in road accidents
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_who_died_in_road_accidents

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