Law Enforcement Hold Child Safety Seat Clinic


POSTED: Friday, September 23, 2011 - 8:09am

UPDATED: Sunday, September 25, 2011 - 9:48pm

Several organizations teamed up on Thursday to provide free car seat inspections at the Kohl's parking lot in Brownsville.

The Harlingen Police, McAllen Fire Department and the Brownsville Community Health Center were among the organizations helping out in inspecting and advising on how to use a child safety seat. McAllen firefighter Justin Hill stated, "If it's not correctly installed the child could die and it's that simple. We do get people that don't understand it we have to emphasis it more and more but ultimately a child can die and that's why were here to try to avoid that and the statistics show us doing this helps improve it."

Police demonstrated how hot and dangerous it can get if you leave a child alone in a car as temperatures can get around to 120 degrees.

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children are a gift from god I believe mothers that leave there child in the car in this hot weather are selfish and only think of themselves and not the child and should not have children or be a mother or hold that title shelfish persons

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