Car seat clinic happening in Estevan

A free child car seat safety clinic is taking place at the Estevan Fire Rescue Service’s building Wednesday afternoon.

People are encouraged to drop by to have their child car seat examined. Const. Blair Regan with the Estevan Combined Traffic Services unit said it’s for people who want more information on the proper use and requirements of an infant car seat or a booster car seat.

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“We’re here to assist the public in making sure your children are safe,” said Regan.

Most people who attend one of these clinics are in compliance with standards, she said.

The clinic will continue until 4 p.m. 

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