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Car and Booster Seat Inspection Set for Saturday May 3
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 • Posted April 17, 2014

The Blanco Volunteer EMS and Texans In Motion at Scott & White Healthcare will be conducting a car seat and booster inspection on Saturday, May 3, 2014. The event will be held from 11:00am to 2:00PM at the Blanco Volunteer EMS Station, 607 Chandler Street, Blanco, TX. No appointment necessary. The event is FREE to the community. Children will need to be with the parent or other adult caregiver during the inspection. Items should be cleared from the vehicle in order to allow technicians access to child safety seats. Texans In Motion at Scott & White Healthcare will have a limited number of car seats available for families in need. Contact Texans In Motion at Scott & White Healthcare for more information (512) 336-3423.

Texans In Motion is an injury prevention program sponsored by the Trauma Center at Scott & White Healthcare, in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation. The program serves 11 Central Texas counties and focuses on child passenger safety. The mission is to increase child passenger safety restraint use and reduce the number of deaths and injuries to children in motor vehicle crashes through educational programs, activities and check-up events. Staff is certified under part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s National Standardized Child Passenger Safety Training Program.

All services provided by Texans In Motion at Scott & White Healthcare are FREE. For more information about car seats or to find a car seat inspection event in your area, please contact Texans In Motion at Scott & White Healthcare at 512-336-3423 or 512-509-0200 or visit sw.org.

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