If passed by lawmakers, new seatbelt law will heighten traffic enforcement
River Falls Police Chief Roger Leque says those who serve in law enforcement, as EMTs and firefighters know firsthand the carnage found at crash scenes: "We see the results of not buckling up -- the way people are injured or killed after they've gone through a windshield or been thrown from a vehicle." That's why Leque supports Wisconsin switching from secondary to primary seatbelt enforcement.
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