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According to a new study released by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia ("CHOP") and State Farm Insurance, kids who ride in SUVs are not necessarily safer than children riding in regular passenger vehicles. The study examined SUV car crashes involving vehilces from '98 or later, involving some 3,933 whose passengers were aged 0 to 15, and had crashes reported to State Farm,.
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