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Florida deputies gift a car seat to a mother during traffic stop

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A woman was stopped for speeding and the deputies noticed her child was not in a car seat.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office says one of it’s deputies was conducting traffic reinforcement in Deltona w to hen he stopped a mother.

The deputy was nice enough to contact a local Walmart and the store agreed to donate a car seat “to get mom and child back on their way” the sheriff office says.

The sheriff officer shared the video on it’s Facebook page last week.

The officer also stayed around and helped the mother with installing the car seat.

A nice deed goes a long way in this world.