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Car Crashes / Report #192967

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 27, 2000
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(Studio: Kevin Newman) Report introduced.

(Denver: Tom Foreman) New study on car crashes caused by distractions featured; scenes shown from an accident site in Las Vegas, NV. [AAA Mark EDWARDS - cites the percentage of accidents linked to distractions.] [Employers for Traffic Safety Kathy LUSBY-TREBER - raises the questions.] The AAA's counseling of young drivers about being aware of distracted motorists noted. [Colorado AAA Mary GREER, Car Toys John AUSTIN - raise safety issues.]

Foreman, Tom;
Newman, Kevin

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