Phoenix Children’s Hospital Joins Forces with Cincinnati Children’s and Toyota to Bring the Buckle Up For Life Program to Phoenix
Filed under: Budget , Safety , Videos , Hatchback , Toyota It doesn’t matter the make or model – modern vehicles are technological miracles when it comes to occupant protection. Take this story out of New York City, which involved two people going for a very wild ride in a Toyota Matrix . Carlos and Raquel Broadbelt were on the Cross Bronx Expressway overpass when they hit a patch of ice while dodging a pothole, sending them hurtling into a guardrail and over the side of the overpass. They fell 50 feet onto the road below. Despite the catastrophic accident – and the mangled Toyota – both driver and passenger walked away. The couple spent a night in the hospital just for observation. The Broadbelts’ miraculous survival has even surprised doctors, who told Dave Carlin from CBS New York they’d never seen an accident like it. Take a look below for the full news report from CBS New York . Continue reading Couple survives 50-foot fall from overpass in Toyota Couple survives 50-foot fall from overpass in Toyota originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 11 Feb 2014 20:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds .
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NEW YORK (Nov. 13, 2013)
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June 28, 2011 – CINCINNATI, OH – Toyota today announced a $1 million commitment to support the national expansion of Buckle Up for Life, a safety program developed by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, to help address the extraordinarily high number of African American and Hispanic children, teens and adults killed or injured in automobile crashes.
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