A safety program aimed at reducing the number of minority children who die in car crashes is doubling its reach. The "Buckle Up for Life" program is now being offered in several additional U.S. cities. Its message is delivered in churches, which play a central role in the lives of many minority families. More information is available on-line at BuckleUpForLife-dot-org. Doctor Rebeccah Brown of Cincinnati Children's Hospital says traffic deaths among minorities are high.