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Media Contact:Camillia M. Travia
Public Relations Specialist
January 25, 2007
Survey Describes Factors Involved in Teen Crashes
In a new national survey released today, 5,665 high school students said they are driving under extremely dangerous conditions - fatigue, talking on cell phones, strong emotions, multiple passengers - and many are still not wearing seat belts. The National Teen Driver Survey, released today by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia® and State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, represents 10.6 million 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students in all public high schools in the United States.