How to Avoid a Frighteningly Common Car Seat Risk
In a recent episode of TODAY, Jeff Rossen reported on a danger posed to many young children in winter that parents may not be aware of. Basically, when a child is wearing a big winter jacket and is strapped into a car seat, the child is usually not strapped in tight enough—which is a huge and life-threatening safety risk. Here’s the report with video for the full story courtesy of TipHero.
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