BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton State Representative Irv Slosberg supports a new state website showing graphic video of pedestrians being struck by cars. The website is http://seetheblindspots.com
“We need something graphic on the air,” Slosberg told WTSP in Tampa. “We’re going backwards instead of forwards. A lot of it has to do with driver distraction: cell phones, texting, and driving.”
Slosberg’s daughter Dori was killed in a car crash while she was a teen.
The website contains a warning that the video may not be suitable for children, and seeks to reduce the number of accidents and blind spots in Florida.
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