V.I. provides child safety seat training

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ST. THOMAS - The V.I. Office of Highway Safety conducted a child restraint seat clinic for the public on Friday to demonstrate the importance of child restraint seats and their proper installation and use.

A number of agencies participated in the clinic, held at the V.I. Police Training Center in Sub Base, including St. Thomas Rescue, the V.I. Police Department and the V.I. Fire Service.

The clinic was part of a 40-hour Child Passenger Safety Technician certification that began Monday.

Anyone interested in learning more about the importance of child restraint seats and their proper installation and use can contact the V.I. Office of Highway Safety at 772-3025.

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