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Re: rrlund, others - Mail carrier dies

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01-03-2013 10:55:12

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They do that to fudge the numbers so people will not know the truth because if the people did they would revolt and then the belt companys could not make any money and then the polititions could not get a kickback so they would not vote fore the things. I had a step cousin driving here soon to be husbands truck (he was a cousin on the other side) fresh paved black road at night with no gravel shoulder or paint markings in a rain storm, hit the edge and rolled the truck, was thrown out and seat belt still completely intact and supposedly working as it should. It broke her neck leaving the marks plainly what had killed her. Sister that was not belted in survived with just a broken pelvis. She could tell them what happened, did not have to guess. When the boyfriend-owner of the truck had to sign the report at the site of the wreck it was in about the belt causing here broken neck. When it came time to sign the final typewritten report it was all removed, questioned about it and told it was against the law to put anything negative in a report. Now if that isn't fudging the safty figures then what is?

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01-03-2013 15:08:50

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 Re: rrlund, others - Mail carrier dies in reply to Leroy, 01-03-2013 10:55:12  
My own experience is that seatbelts probably saved the lives of two of my daughters. They were in a car when a tire went flat and the car veered off the road and hit a culvert - flipped and landed on the roof - would"ve broken both their necks if they hadn"t been belted in.

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