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DENVER -- Most people wear seat belts when riding in the front seat of a vehicle.

But a study finds an alarming number of people say they don't buckle up in the back seat.

Colorado is one of 21 states that does not require people in the back to wear seat belts.

Those rear seat passengers are eight times more likely to be hurt in a crash.