Consumer Reports magazine is retracting a negative story on infant car seats.
Earlier this month the magazine said most car seats "failed disastrously" in side impact crashes, but now it says the tests were done with speeds much higher than the magazine had claimed.
The head of the Highway Traffic Safety Administration is glad Consumer Reports is withdrawing the report saying it could ease parents concerns about car seats.
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