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Police: Awareness efforts fail to stem texting behind wheel

2:51 PM, Apr. 27, 2013
They talk on cellphones, peruse text messages, apply makeup, comb hair, eat meals, fiddle with the CD player and rummage for items ? all while driving a car.
They talk on cellphones, peruse text messages, apply makeup, comb hair, eat meals, fiddle with the CD player and rummage for items ? all while driving a car.
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They talk on cellphones, peruse text messages, apply makeup, comb hair, eat meals, fiddle with the CD player and rummage for items - all while driving a car.

Police and transportation safety officials say those drivers are putting themselves, along with nondistracted drivers and their passengers, at risk.

"Their attention is focused everywhere, except where it should be, which is on the road," said Maj. Sandra Huxtable, director of the Bureau of Safety with the Wisconsin State Patrol. ...

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