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The belt leaves its mark on the man after the crash: ‘Not a Tattoo,’ authorities say

Washington state authorities shared a photo Wednesday of a man unexpectedly in a car accident, wound, taking the time to emphasize the need for people to wear seat belts.

(Washington State Patrol Trooper Brian Moore)

Washington state authorities shared a photo Wednesday of a man to crash wound, taking the time to emphasize the need for people to wear seat belts.

The nickname “No Tattoo” mark, Washington State Patrol Trooper Brian Moore shared a photo of the red outline that looks like a seatbelt buckle on the body of a person.

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After the June 1 crash of the affected individual allegedly claimed that he had his seat belt on, KDKA reported. But Moore said that the picture showed something else.

“Not a Tattoo” the Driver was lucky only slight injuries after being involved in a collision with a w/o wearing a seat belt. Here is the proof hung on his side! #BuckleUp It can save your life! pic.twitter.com/KcMebUneLA

— Trooper Brian Moore (@wspd6pio) 20 June 2018

“The driver was lucky only slight injuries after being involved in a collision with a w/o wearing a seat belt,” Moore tweeted. “Here’s the proof hung on his side! #BuckleUp It can save your life!”

The man was eventually levied a fine for violations related to the incident, Moore told the outlet.

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