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Snapchat's speed filter concerns McLennan County parent

Throughout the United States, distracted driving has become an epidemic. Cell phone use - especially texting while driving - is causing an increasing number of accidents every day. According to the U.S. National Highway Safety Administration, 424,000 people were injured in vehicle crashes caused by distracted drivers in 2013. Today, Texas parents, including one McLennan County mother, and others around the country are becoming concerned about a new danger that is causing drivers even more distraction. It's called Snapchat. 

Not Guilty? The McLennan County Government Still Wants You to Pay

Flashing lights come on behind you. The appear to be police lights, but you aren't certain. You are on a stretch of road so dark that you don't feel comfortable pulling over right away. You continue to drive slowly, about 18 mph, until you pull up to a well lit corner and stop. Instead of the speeding ticket you were going to receive, you now get arrested for evading arrest in a vehicle (And if you don't think this is happening, check it out. It's public record).

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