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Northwest, police host free child safety seat inspection

September 24, 2010
Observer Today
Four out of five child safety seats in automobiles today are installed incorrectly. Local police from Warren and Youngsville and Northwest Savings Bank will help local residents assure that their children’s safety seats are not among them on Friday, September 24 at the Northwest Savings Office in North Warren. There will be no charge for the service. The free inspections will begin at 10:00 AM and run to 2:00 PM at 400 Jackson Run Road in the Warren Commons under the supervision of Brandon Deppen of the Warren Police Department and Charlie Anderson of the Youngsville Police Department. Certified Car Seat Technicians will inspect both child safety seats and booster seats. It is recommended that, if possible, visitors should bring both seat instructions and vehicle owner’s manual for reference and to bring the child who uses the seat so proper fit can be assured. The program is sponsored by the AAA and run in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Traffic Injury Prevention Project as part of National Child Safety Passenger Week. Northwest Savings Bank will observe Customer Appreciation Day on September 24. The bank invites all those having their safety seats inspected to stop in for refreshments. Children are welcome. Shown are Warren City Police officer Brandon Deppan, Northwest Savings’ Stephanie Freitag and her grandson, Mason, Northwest Savings’ Mandy Meneo and Alicia Freitag.

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