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Airbags-Pop em or Keep em During the rainstorm its hard to see anything-especially when the downpour makes the windshield wipers work constantly On this cold dreary September night young two year old Mica is safely buckled in her child safety seat which is attached to the passenger seat belt Her older brother Sean quietly sleeps in the backseat while his mother drives the exhausted children home Suddenly out of nowhere a tall 12 point buck is caught by the vehicles headlights Both the buck and the mother freeze A milli-second later a powerful explosion occurs inside the cabin The airbags deflate nearly as quickly as they inflate and Sean begins to scream His mother is fine The seatbelt along with the airbag saved her from any serious harm She is still dazed as she looks over to her two year old expecting more screaming Nothing Nothing happens She shakes her little girl and realizes that something is drastically wrong Mica is dead At last count this scenario has happened 31 times How many more times does it have to happen before the automotive industry does something about it Children are not the only victims though Small women and the elderly have also been killed as a result of airbags The time has come to ask ourselves Do airbags really work First off most people feel that airbags are a great safety device They let people walk away from an accident without a scratch right They protect everybody right People dont need seatbelts if their car has an airbag right Wrong Airbags cause injuries airbags kill and airbags dont work unless seatbelts are worn In a rollover accident people still have a chance of being thrown from the car even if their car has airbags Not only are the airbags dangerous they are also a key target for thieves The easy to remove airbags coupled with
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