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Source: Facebook

Mom Creates $12 Seat Belt Covers That Could Save a Child's Life in an Accident

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Natalie Bell of Victoria, Australia, recently decided to make a custom seat belt for her daughter, Shae, who is deaf and has a cochlear implant, which means she can't undergo an MRI scan. Natalie hopes that in the event of a car accident, during which she is incapacitated, the seat belt will help doctors provide the best possible care. 

Figuring that the idea could help other children with disabilities, Natalie also made a version for people with autism and Down syndrome. Taking to Facebook to advertise the covers, which Natalie sells on her website for $15, they received an incredible amount of attention and praise, with over 46,000 comments and 750,000 shares.