ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 12, 2013
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(Landover, Maryland: David Kerley) The question of auto safety with new technological devices leading to "inattention blindness" examined; scenes shown of the reporter during a simulated AAA test to determine distractions; details given about the scale of distraction from the radio, the hands-free phone, talking to a passenger, a hand-hold phone and speech to text programs. [University of Utah Joel COOPER- assesses driver response time.]
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