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Search results for "ID tags" ...

  • "Lost Kids"

    Child safety advocates say that a child is lost in the U.S. every 40 seconds. It often takes hours for them to be found and reunited with a parent. The Early Show did an experiment with a child actor in a New York City park and found that more people stopped to help a lost dog than a lost child. Experts say people are often afraid to approach strange children in public for fear of being misidentified as paedophiles.

    Tags: Child safety; abductions; ID tags; day-care safety

    By Susan Koeppen;Robert Powell

    CBS News

    2005