Hot Temperatures and Cars - Be Aware of the Dangers to Children

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Hot Temperatures and Cars - Be Aware of the Dangers to Children

Between 1998 and 2009, 445 children died from heat stroke after being left unattended in a vehicle; that is an average of 37 child deaths per year. As temperatures are soaring during the summer months, Safe Kids Kansas reminds parents to check their vehicles for sleeping children before leaving a vehicle.

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