Wednesday October 28, 2020

Lack of seat belts a factor in many child road deaths

More than 150 children who were either killed or seriously injured in road accidents, over a recent 12-year period, were not wearing seat belts or other child restraints.

20th August, 2011

More than 150 children who were either killed or seriously injured in road accidents, over a recent 12-year period, were not wearing seat belts or other child restraints.

During the period 1997 to 2009, 32 of 154 child passengers involved in collisions on Irish roads died.

The other 122 were seriously injured.

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