Every summer we read the sad news of children dying from heatstroke after being left in a hot car - one every 10 days, according to the statistics. Share this information with everyone you know and help us prevent these tragedies.
You might think it’s impossible to forget there is a kid in a car. That only happens to irresponsible parents, you might say, shaking your head.
News flash: It can happen to anyone, regardless of education or social standing.
As the temperatures climb, so too does the risk of injury or death from heatstroke. Thirteen children have already died in hot cars this year. But this tragedy is 100 percent preventable. You should know what we can do to spread the word about the risks and consequences of leaving a kid in a hot car. Look before you lock.