You Choose The News for Tuesday, May 2nd 2018

KRISTEN'S STORY - 

HAVE YOU EVER CRIED AT WORK?

Crying at work … Have you ever cried at work? A recent survey found that 45 percent of workers admitted to crying at work. And that's just fine with the boss, apparently. 44 percent of CFOs said that crying on the job is "acceptable" -- as long as it’s not an everyday thing. 


JASON'S STORY - WINNER

NEW CARS MUST HAVE BACKUP CAMERA

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a proposed rule - that will be final in 60 days - requiring all new light vehicles — including cars, SUVs, trucks and vans — to have "rear-view visibility systems," in effect, requiring backup cameras.

The rule follows an outcry from consumer groups and by families touched by tragic back-over accidents, especially those involving children. They have pushed hard against more delays in the rule.

Check out these statistics...

In a 2010 report, the DOT's NHTSA said that each year 210 people die and 15,000 are injured in light-vehicle backup incidents, with about 31% of the deaths among kids under age 5 and 26% adults over 70.

NHTSA estimates that 58 to 69 lives will be saved each year (not including injuries prevented) once the entire on-road vehicle fleet has rear-view systems, which it believes will be by about 2054.


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