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Northeast Ohio Kicks Off the 2008 Click It or Ticket Campaign

Northeast Ohio police officers gather to tell motorists 'Click It or Ticket

- Buckle Up'

Local high schoolers display art and videos promoting seat belt use
CLEVELAND, May 17 /PRNewswire/ --

What: Local kickoff of the 2008 "Click It or Ticket" law enforcement


When: Monday, May 19, 2008

Noon (free buffet lunch for media and invited guests at 11:30 AM)

Where: The Cleveland House of Blues

308 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44114

Who: Commander Mark Kwiatkowski, Bedford Heights Police Department

Speaking on behalf of Northeast Ohio Law Enforcement and the

Cuyahoga County Speed, Reckless, Aggressive Driving &

DUI Reduction Task Forces

Presentation of a Saved By the Belt Award to the family of Sgt. Scott Zahniser, Cleveland Metroparks Ranger. On July 19, 2007, Sgt. Zahniser was called to respond to a motor vehicle crash with possible injuries, only to find the crash involved his own father and 17-month-old son. When he arrived on the scene, he found his father's car had been struck from behind at a red light by a pickup truck, which had pushed the vehicle's trunk into the back seat. Scott was relieved and amazed to find that his father and son escaped the potentially fatal crash with only minor injuries-his father because he was wearing his seat belt and little Connor because he was securely buckled into a properly installed car seat.

Presentation of public services announcements and art designed by area teens promoting seat belt use

Finalists in Rainbow's "Use It or Lose It High School Seat Belt Challenge," sponsored by Kohl's, will perform or screen their creative entries and winners will be announced, adding a fun, high-energy vibe to the law enforcement mobilization kickoff. Winning entries will receive airplay or screen time throughout Greater Clevela

SOURCE Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital
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