Update: Child Killed In Crash Not In Car Seat

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Updated: 4/24/2013 6:56 am
The Franklin County Sheriff's office said a child killed in a crash Tuesday night was not in a car seat.
 The SUV the child was in was traveling on I64 when it experienced mechanical problems and hit a rock wall.
 The driver and the child were thrown from the vehicle.
 The driver was taken to the University of Kentucky hospital with life-threatening injuries.
 Deputies said none of the four adults in the SUV were wearing seat belts.
 One other passenger was taken to the hospital to be treated.

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SS Cmmdr Raus - 4/24/2013 8:48 AM
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Will there be fines here for not wearing the seatbelts?
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