Selfie causes rising number of accidents and deaths

September 2014
Flare (Pakistan);Sep2014, p24
The article focuses on global rise in the accidents and deaths due to selfie. The selfie-related death numbers are expected to rise in the future. Many car drivers take selfies while driving and take their eyes off the road momentarily. Selfies are a cultural phenomenon and it is dominating the social conversation.


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