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Surviving Couple Praises Seatbelts

Idaho State Police say seat belts could have saved the lives of a father and son who were killed Tuesday in a head-on crash along Highway 95 near Cocolalla. That crash took the lives of 67-year-old Norm Flom and his 35-year-old son Jason. "I broke my left femur that's all for now, I fractured my right foot," Denise Viney said from her hospital bed Wednesday. Denise and her husband Tom were driving north to Bonners Ferry when the ISP says that Norm Flom's truck crossed the centerline/KXLY. More here.

Question: How often do you wear your seatbelts?




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