Calif. agencies awarded traffic safety grants
Lives will be saved because of a federal grant, a health officer said
By Larry Mitchell
OROVILLE, Calif. — Lives will be saved because of a federal grant the Butte County Public Health Department has been awarded, Mark Lundberg, the county health officer, said Wednesday.
Among other things, the $102,000 grant will enable the Health Department to hold workshops for Hmong parents and others, encouraging them to make sure their small children sit in car seats when they are in vehicles.
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