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Blogs highlight need for safety on roadways

State and national officials including Gov. Sam Brownback, Health and Human Resources Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx will participate in the Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day 20-day series of blogs highlighting traffic safety.

Kansans will also share blogs on the Kansas Department of Transportation’s BlogSpot website including U.S.D 437 Police Chief Russell Berry, Wichita teacher Avis Crosby, Lt. Don Roberson with the Andover Police Department, Saline County Emergency Management Director Hannah Furbeck, Penny Otter with the Norton County Health Department and many others.

The blog posts lead up to the national safety awareness day, Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day, on Oct. 10. They will be posted each weekday at http://ksdotblog.blogspot.com/.

Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day focuses on all types of traffic safety, whether you are in a vehicle, on a bike, on a motorcycle or walking across the street. It is intended to encourage everyone to take extra precautions to stay safe.

Date: 9/23/2013

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