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San Francisco DEM Sep 25
Feeling the heat? If it is too hot for you in your home, it is too hot for your pet too! Walk your pet on leash on shady trails and bring water for your pet. Remember, never leave your pets in a locked car!
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MO Public Safety Jul 18
Kudos to for the dramatic demonstration of how dangerously hot 🥵 a 🚘 gets in these temperatures. Never leave a child or a pet in the car, not even for “just a minute.”
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NWS Omaha Jul 18
And after nearly 8 hours in the sun, the outside of the biscuit is actually edible. The middle is still pretty doughy though. The max temp on the pan was 185! Also we made festive biscuit hats 😂 Stay cool out there.
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HCSO #teamhcso Oct 15
A 1 yr old tragically died in a hot car in Tampa on Monday. Parents, PLEASE..keep this safety tip from in mind: Put your shoe or purse in the backseat when driving with a child. You're less likely to leave without them!
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Sep 16
A child's body heats up 3 to 5 times faster than an adult's does. Be aware of hot cars and keeping kids safe from heat stroke. If you see an unattended child in a car and are concerned, call 911 immediately!
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NWS Sioux Falls Jul 18
Our pals have been conducting experiments regarding temperatures in a car today, including baking biscuits! Here's a reading of how hot it can get in the shade of a vehicle.
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NWS Birmingham Jul 2
...and 17 have already died this year.😢 Folks, that's 17 deaths that were PREVENTABLE!!
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NWS Fort Worth Jul 31
4 of these deaths have occurred in Texas, and 3 of those deaths have occurred in North Texas. Make sure you . Put something in your car or bag to remind you to check. Never leave a child or pet unattended in a car, even for a short amount of time
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Houston Police Jun 19
Very good advice. Always remember to
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Georgia DDS (DMV) Oct 17
Check your vehicle before you lock it. You could be leaving precious cargo in the backseat
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NWS Bay Area Jul 24
Good Wednesday morning, with renewed warming developing today and whenever the weather heats up please always keep these life saving tips in mind.
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Eboni Deon, WSB May 27
The inside of cars heat up quickly and it become much hotter inside of the car than the outside air temperature.
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MDFR Sep 28
Always when you exit a vehicle! Never leave children, disabled/elderly adults, or pets in parked vehicles.
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Tevin Wooten Aug 12
BREAKING—per Lawrence PD, a 2-year-old child passed away in a hot car in Lawrence, KS on Sunday. So far 32 children have died by vehicular heat stroke in cars this year—8 have been in the month of August. The yearly average is 38.
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NWS Raleigh Jul 3
Dangerous heat today: Highs of 92-101 in Central NC will push heat indices up to 95-107. Stay safe and remember these tips: * Minimize time in the sun * Take breaks in AC * Drink lots of water * NEVER leave children or pets in the car for any length of time
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Montco DPS Jul 16
With temperatures on the rise, it's time for a friendly reminder: Never, Never, NEVER leave children, disabled or elderly adults, or pets in parked, unattended vehicles!
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NWS Chicago Jun 18
An important reminder. Even on a seasonably warm day around 80° like today is inland, the temperature in your car will heat up to almost 100° in 10 minutes and almost 110° in 20 minutes.
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NWS Omaha Jul 18
Biscuit update: had to turn the car around to adjust for the sun angle. Top of the biscuits are baked but the bottom remains doughy. But more interestingly, the temperature of the back seat in the shade is 144 degrees!
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Jenn | Engineer Mommy Jul 10
With summer in full swing, it's important to remember that childhood deaths are preventable. Keep your kids hydrated and never leave them alone in a car...not even for a minute! Always your car!
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Darrigo Diaz Jimenez Oct 16
It breaks our hearts to have to report on a story like this again. On Monday, a Tampa toddler died after being left alone in a hot car. Please! Click here👇for ways to childproof your car, find the method that works best for you, and .
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