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Riverside Community 11h
It may seem preposterous, but it happens every day. With the heat rising, make sure you don't forget the little ones.
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Occupant Protection Hawaii Jun 12
The summer is here in full speed! Always before you leave your vehicle. Never leave your child alone in the car! And remember, always keep your car locked as it can attract little children, but they might get trapped inside as well
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Drive Safe HR Jun 15
Take steps not to leave a child in a vehicle: A hot car can be deadly! Always be sure to look twice.
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MAHighwaySafety 15h
Every 10 days in the United States, a child dies after being left or getting trapped in a hot car.
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SLC Police Dept. 8h
Temps are rising! 🌡️Hot cars can be deadly to children and pets 🐶. "Don't forget to check your car before you get out" -
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Contra Costa Health Jun 14
A car parked in 80-degree weather heats up almost 20 degrees in 10 minutes. Prevent . Don't leave behind kids or pets, even for a moment.
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W I S E Jun 12
police are investigating the death of a 3-month-old girl who was left inside a hot car for several hours last weekend. HeatStrokeKills
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Nevada DOT Jun 11
100 what degrees? It is warming up across Nevada! Tragically, nearly 40 children die in hot cars each year in the U.S. Always look before you lock. Never leave children, pets or anyone unattended in a hot vehicle. Tips:
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VIP Tires & Service Jun 11
RT : With this beautiful weather, the hot sun can become dangerous, esp if you have a baby or child in the car (pets too). Don't leave a child unattended in a vehicle. Do whatever it takes to make sure they're not left alone in a hot vehicle.
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W I S E Jun 13
A Chesterfield teenager is trying to prevent children from dying in hot cars. Hannah Rhudy told 8News she was compelled to act after two infants died in Chesterfield last year.
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KDOT Jun 14
So far this summer 11 children have died from being left in hot cars. Most of these situations are accidental. Please remember to protect what matters most and empower others to do the same. Lives are on the line.
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El Centro Fire Dept. Jun 7
The number of children who have died of preventable heatstroke continues to increase.
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El Centro Fire Dept. Jun 8
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W I S E Jun 10
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San Mateo County Health Jun 10
Never leave a child or pet in the car. The temperature inside a parked car can quickly rise within minutes!
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Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety Jun 10
Another senseless tragedy of a child left in a hot car. Please, always and .
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AAA Mid-Atl DC News Jun 12
Since 1998, 806 children have died from vehicular heatstroke, including 11 children in 2019 according to . The temperature in your car can rise 20 degrees F in 10 minutes. Always before you walk away from the car.
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Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety Jun 11
Don't "forget" your precious cargo! Vehicular heatstroke deaths are preventable tragedies.
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Phoenix Children's Jun 13
20 degrees in 10 minutes … that’s how fast the inside of a car can heat up during our AZ summer. Please, never leave a child or pet unattended in a parked car.
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