A rescue worker is seen at the scene of an accident involving two school buses, a tractor-trailer and another passenger vehicle near Gray Summit, Mo., in August 2010. Federal safety investigators say a 19-year-old driver was texting at the time his pickup truck, two school buses and other vehicles collided in a deadly pileup on an interstate highway in Missouri last year.
A rescue worker is seen at the scene of an accident involving two school buses, a tractor-trailer and another passenger vehicle near Gray Summit, Mo., in August 2010. Federal safety investigators say a 19-year-old driver was texting at the time his pickup truck, two school buses and other vehicles collided in a deadly pileup on an interstate highway in Missouri last year.
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published Tuesday, December 13th, 2011
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WASHINGTON — Texting, emailing or chatting on a cellphone while driving is simply too dangerous to be allowed, federal safety investigators declared Tuesday, urging all states to impose total bans except for emergencies.

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