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12/4/09

Thousands of people take BUST pledge

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Since winter weather often means icy roads, it's a great time to take the BUST pledge, which means "buckle up and stop texting".

Two weeks ago, NewsChannel 11 and Sports Director Pete Christy launched the BUST campaign for students, parents and teachers across the South Plains to be safer behind the wheel. In just 14 days, nearly 1,700 people have taken the pledge to buckle up and stop texting.

 

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