A Killer in Indian Country (4:15)

A Killer in Indian Country

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The sad reality is that American Indian and Alaska Natives use seat belts and child safety seats less often and are involved in more alcohol-related crashes than any other group in the US. The video features the CDC Director, a crash survivor and Indian Health Service expert speaking about how to stay safe on the road by wearing seat belts whenever you’re in the car, making sure that young children are in a car safety seat that’s the right size for their age and weight and choosing never to drink and drive.

Release Date: 11/1/2014
Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

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