ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- A shopping cart designed to minimize the chance of tipping over or allowing a child to fall out won a nationwide contest of young engineers, sponsored by the Junior Engineering Technical Society here. Approximately 25,000 children are hurt each year falling out of shopping carts, according to published reports. Students from West Perry High School, Elliotsburg, Pa., designed a six-wheel cart made of steel, with nylon webbing around the sides and a nylon child seat in the ...

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