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This blog is in response to the recent tragic loss of 5 young lives, in Sydney, Australia.

Too many people do not take safety seriously, which is unfortunate.

I’m a big advocate for safety, especially when travelling in motor vehicles.

In the 1970’s, a cousin who was 5 months younger than me, would never wear his seat belt when travelling.

The last time, we saw him, he was warned.

Within 2 weeks, he was killed in a single car crash.

I was devastated as we were very close.

Some of our cousins blamed me for his death, despite me being in bed asleep as it was a Sunday night, had school the following day.

Had he been wearing his seat belt, he may have survived, no one knows, but I hope so.

I also see many people heads down looking at their phones whilst walking.

Recently, I was walking with a friend, when someone was not looking and almost bumped into me, she did not know I was there until I spoke up, yes I was nasty.

SAFETY IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY.

Getting back to the deaths, these children should have been at home, either studying, watching TV, or in bed asleep, not out having fun.

I know I sound nasty saying the above, but when I was growing up, most under 18’s stayed home on a week night.

To be honest, I don’t know the full story about what happened, however, feel none of those who died, were wearing their seat belts.

My purpose of writing this blog is to hopefully educate all about being aware of your surroundings and taking:

SAFETY SERIOUSLY.

WE ARE ALL RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR OWN SAFETY AND THOSE AROUND US TOO.

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