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Click It Or Ticket

Missouri law enforcement officers are cracking down on seat belt violations this week.
JOPLIN, MO -- Missouri law enforcement officers are cracking down on seat belt violations this week. It's an aggressive, state-wide effort called "Click It, or Ticket."

Joplin police officers say one in four people killed in car accidents throughout the state are not wearing seatbelts. 79 percent of Missouri residents buckle up, falling below the national average of 85 percent. Officials say teens and pick-up drivers are the least likely to wear a seatbelt.

Starting tomorrow, officers say they're pulling out all the stops to make sure motorists are buckling up.
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