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Cameron Gulbransen, in family photo, died back-up accident

Cameron Gulbransen, in family photo, died back-up accident in October 2002. (Undated) Photo Credit: Handout

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released a proposal that would require all new cars by 2014 to have a rear view camera and interior display.

The proposal would expand the Cameron Gulbransen Kids Transportation Safety Act, signed into law by President George W. Bush in February 2008. It is named for 2-year-old Cameron Gulbransen of Bellport who was hit and killed in 2002 as his father moved a family car in the driveway of their home.

Cameron Gulbransen, in family photo, died back-up accident
Photo Credit: Handout

Cameron Gulbransen, in family photo, died back-up accident in October 2002. (Undated)

Portrait of the Gulbransen Family in their back
Photo Credit: NEWSDAY/THOMAS A. FERRARA

Portrait of the Gulbransen Family in their back yard, holding a picture of 2 year old Cameron Gulbransen who died in october of 2002 in an accident. (left to right) Leslie, mother, Scott,7, Greg, father. and Julia, 10 months, Gulbransen. June 30, 2004 (Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara)

In the driveway of his home in Syosset
Photo Credit: NEWSDAY/KATHY KMONICEK

In the driveway of his home in Syosset on Wednesday, July 7, 2004, Dr. Greg Gulbransen views the image of his son, Scott-7 on a video screen taken from a camera mounted on the rear of his car that displays the area behind the car. Two years ago, Gulbransen ran over his 2 year old son, Cameron accidentally in the driveway of their home in Woodbury. Gulbransen is now embarked on a mission to enact federal legislation to make SUV's safer for children. (Newsday Photo / Kathy Kmonicek)

Dr. Greg Gulbransen's house where the accident occured
Photo Credit: FREELANCE/Howard Schnapp

Dr. Greg Gulbransen's house where the accident occured at 76 Aspen Drive West on October 20, 2002 in Woodbury. (Photo by Howard Schnapp)

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