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Should you have this life saving note on your child's car seat?

Should you have this life saving note on your child's car seat?

All parents want to do everything they can to protect their children.

The idea of something happening and not being there to protect them makes most mums and dads feel sick to the stomach.

But according to a ambulance worker there is one thing that many parents are not doing, and it could make all the difference if you're ever involved in a terrible accident.

The woman, known only as Kaitlyn, wants all parents to write a short note with details about their child and stick it to their car seat, reports KidSpot.

She said: "Way too often do emergency crew come upon a car wreck with children who are too young to have any information and parents are unconscious."

It will only take a few minutes but it could help the emergency services save your child's life after a car crash.

 

The note should include their full name, age, emergency contact details and any medical information.

It needs to include all the important details (Image: Facebook)

 

Writing on Facebook she said: "It will take two minutes of your time to write out your child’s name, DOB, parents' name, DOB, emergency contacts and any medical conditions, any meds your child is on and child’s doctor – then stick it to the child’s car seat.

“This helps EMS (Emergency Medical Services) a ton and can also help save your child’s life.”

 

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