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Police stop car on Ipswich road to find child not wearing seatbelt

PUBLISHED: 12:47 19 November 2018 | UPDATED: 12:51 19 November 2018

Police stopped the vehicle in Ipswich on Sunday night Picture: NSRAPT

Police stopped the vehicle in Ipswich on Sunday night Picture: NSRAPT

Norfolk & Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team

Officers stopped a vehicle with a faulty light to discover a child in a car seat not secured by a seatbelt.

The incident happened on the evening of Sunday, November 18 in Ipswich.

Norfolk and Suffolk Road and Armed Policing Team tweeted: “Vehicle stopped in #Ipswich this evening for a light out where it was discovered the child sitting in a child seat in the rear was not secured by the seatbelt.”

The tweet included the hashtag #Fatal4 – which refers to the national ‘fatal four’ campaign to combat drink/drug driving, speeding, driver distraction and failure to wear a seatbelt.

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