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Parents, here's how to spot a dangerous counterfeit car seat

Counterfeit car seats are on the rise.

January 04, 2024
Mother plays with baby on bed

In the last couple of weeks, staff at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children have seen an increase in the number of knock-off infant car seats that may not meet safety standards. FOX31's Kim Posey spoke to experts about how to spot these seats.

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Published:
January 04, 2024
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Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at PSL

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