Dash-cam footage shows two Nebraska deputies installing two brand new child safety seats in an SUV at a traffic stop.
Deputy Jason Jones had pulled over the vehicle for speeding when he noticed that the two children in the back seat were not in proper safety seats.
He radioed for help, and soon thereafter, Deputy Jessica Manning arrived at the scene, with two newly purchased child safety seats.
The deputies installed the seats, issued the driver a warning for speeding, and a citation for not having those safety seats.
“I just didn’t see any other viable option,” Deputy Manning said in an interview with ABC News. “It’s something I would gladly do to keep some kids safe.”
Wal-Mart, where the seats were purchased, has said it will reimburse the deputy for the cost of the seats.
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