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Wyoming and Utah troopers push child safety

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State troopers from both the Wyoming Highway Patrol and the Utah Highway Patrol recently worked together to check children’s safety seats and replaced some of them.

Troopers from both states worked together with the Safe Kids Uinta County group recently to check child safety seats in Evanston, Wyo.

Troopers inspected 68 child car seats and replaced 14 of them free that were found to be either damaged, out of date or whose history wasn’t known.

The troopers provided instruction to parents and guardians on how to properly install their new child safety seats into their vehicles.

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