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Northeast Ohio Kicks Off the 2009 Click It or Ticket Campaign
Date:5/19/2009

Northeast Ohio police officers, community members, and local teens unite

to underscore the importance of seat belt use

CLEVELAND, May 19 /PRNewswire/ --

What: Local kickoff of the 2009 "Click It or Ticket" law enforcement mobilization and performance/screening of peer-to-peer messaging created by area high schoolers.

When:

  • Tuesday, May 19, 2009
  • 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: Interim Chief 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 a family who survived a serious roll over crash unharmed thanks to their use of seat belts and car seats.

Performance of seat belt songs/raps and screening of public service announcements and billboard art designed by area teens as part of Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's Use It or Lose It High School Seat Belt Challenge, sponsored by Kohl's and Liberty Mutual.

Why: In Ohio, 107,229 people were injured in motor vehicle crashes during 2007; 916 of them did not make it. More than 17,000 motor vehicle occupants and drivers aged 16 to 20 were injured and 131 were killed--more than any other age group. Wearing seat belts is the single most effective means of reducing risk of death or serious injury for adults and teens in motor vehicle crashes, yet Cuya
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SOURCE University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children?s Hospital
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