2018 was the deadliest year for vehicular heatstroke with a record of 52 children who died in hot cars. Parents and caregivers can act immediately to end these preventable deaths.
Even on cooler days, temperatures inside vehicles can reach life-threatening levels. Cracking the windows doesn't help either. Children should never be left unattended or be able to get inside a hot vehicle.
Educate yourself and everyone you know about this danger. There are plenty of resources available, including a free online course provided by the National Safety Council. Losing one child is too many.
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