Seatbelt 'would have saved Derby crash victim's life'

Seatbelt 'would have saved Derby crash victim's life'

A teenage motorist who died in a head-on collision in Derby "would still be alive" if he had worn his seat belt, an inquest was told.
Saim Mahmood was driving a car for the first time when he "failed to safely negotiate a bend" in wet conditions in Snelsmoor Lane, Chellaston.
The 17-year-old, of Mickleover, had just fitted a car radio to the black Renault Clio, owned by a friend's mother, and was traveling towards Alvaston with two friends as passengers.
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