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Safety training class hopes to lower 84 percent misuse rate
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Lisa Hobbs photo Colton Seiderer is giddy after his car seat is checked by McMinnville firefighter Scotty Mize. A community car seat safety checkpoint was held in hopes of ensuring car seats are installed properly.
Keeping children safe was the focus last week during a Child Passenger Safety Certification Training Program. “We hosted a four-day training program to certify child passenger seat technicians,” said Angela Brown, program manager of Tennessee Child Passenger Safety Center which is through the Tennessee Highway Safety Office. “By the time they are done, the techs are a valuable resource for the community.