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Community car seat check up

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CORPUS CHRISTI -

If you're the parent of an infant boy or girl, here's an opportunity to ensure the safety of your little one while driving. 

Christus Spohn and Driscoll Children's Hospital have teamed up to offer the community a free car seat check up. 

Concerns or questions you may have about safely assembling your child in a car seat can be answered at this event. 

Questions such as: Are the harness straps snug? Is the seat the right size for your child? Is your car seat tight enough?

Car seats are designed to protect your children from injury or death in an accident, and you want to make sure you're using them correctly to ensure that safety for your child. 

Professionals will be at this event to assist you and make sure you understand to proper and correct procedures to ensure the safety of your child. 

The event is happening this Saturday, May 20th from 9am-11am at Christus Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi - South, located at 5950 Saratoga Blvd. 

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