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Follow these tips to keep kids safe in and around vehicles

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OK (KSWO)- KidsAndCars.org, the only national non-profit dedicated solely to keeping children safe in and around vehicles, reminds caregivers to check your blind spots.

On July 18th, an 18-month-old was backed over and killed by a family member's vehicle on in Springer, OK. The infant was just one of at least 50 children who are backed over every week because a driver could not see them.

According to KidsAndCars, backovers and frontovers are not only predictable, they are also 100% preventable! 

Information provided by KidsAndCars.org.

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