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  • State trooper show you how seat belts save kids' lives

    B.D. Thompson of the Washington State Patrol demonstrates the "Kid-A-Pult," which shows how people without seat belts can be injured in a car wreck. May 23 starts a two-week Click It or Ticket campaign aimed at encouraging everyone to wear their seat belt. In Washington, the fine is $136.

B.D. Thompson of the Washington State Patrol demonstrates the "Kid-A-Pult," which shows how people without seat belts can be injured in a car wreck. May 23 starts a two-week Click It or Ticket campaign aimed at encouraging everyone to wear their seat belt. In Washington, the fine is $136. robert.mittendorf@bellinghamherald.com
B.D. Thompson of the Washington State Patrol demonstrates the "Kid-A-Pult," which shows how people without seat belts can be injured in a car wreck. May 23 starts a two-week Click It or Ticket campaign aimed at encouraging everyone to wear their seat belt. In Washington, the fine is $136. robert.mittendorf@bellinghamherald.com

Why are seat belts mandatory? Shouldn’t it be my choice?

May 22, 2016 4:00 PM