February 29, 2024

African Woman Buckling Up Seatbelt To Drive Car Safely

GARDEN CITY, Kan (WesternKansasNews.Com) – In the wake of a series of fatal accidents this last week, Kansas’ secretary of transportation is begging drivers to slow down and wear their seatbelts. “ Last year 427 people died on Kansas roads,“  Secretary Julie Lorenz said. The Ford County Sheriff’s office says two of the three children killed in a crash there over the weekend did not have their seatbelts on. In Wichita, A nine year old boy was thrown from the car he was riding in Saturday night and on Monday nights please say speed played a factor in another fatal accident. For others died in crashes an island and Riley county’s this week. Lorenz said, “I will just simply end by saying, please buckle up yourself and especially buckle up your children there’s nothing more important”.