My friend Stephanie sent me this link at MailOnline about a crash in Kansas on Interstate 35. An RV hit the guard rail and then went into a ravine. There were 18 people on board. Plus the motorhome was pulling a trailer. See the article for what's left of the RV. It's a wonder anyone survived.
In the article the police speculated that some people in the living area may not have been wearing seat belts. If there were 18 people in the motorhome, I guarantee most did not have a seat belt on. There aren't 18 seat belts in any rig. They don't give the length of the motorhome or trailer, however it was a Freighliner so probably at least 35 feet long. That plus a trailer is a lot of rig to be driving. It had to be pretty sizable to even fit that many people. What were they thinking?
Such a tragedy, one that did not have to happen. Jaimie Hall Bruzenak