Study finds car seats may contain hazardous chemicals

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Posted on August 3, 2011 at 2:25 PM

Updated Wednesday, Aug 3 at 5:10 PM

(KMOV)—New reports find that some child car seats may contain hazardous chemicals.

According to a non-profit group, HealthyStuff.org, the group tested more than 150 car sears, finding chemicals in 60-percent of those car seats.  Some chemicals found included arsenic and lead.

The group did not test whether any of the chemicals were coming out of the product and potentially exposing children.

Click here to see how your car seat tested.

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