NTSB to hold child safety forum
from The Washington Post
The National Transportation Safety Board plans to hold a forum later this year on the safety of children traveling in cars and aboard airplanes. Last month the NTSB issued a recommendation that flight rules be changed to require child safety seats on planes for children less than 2 years old. "American families are on the go, and children today are frequent travelers almost from the time they are born," said NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman in a statement. "Much more should be done to reduce fatalities and injuries of our smallest travelers, whether they are in a jumbo jet or their family's car."
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