Kids And Hot Cars Don’t Mix

Kentucky State Police are asking people to keep an eye out for children left in hot cars as temperatures rise.With the mercury levels on the rise this week, KSP is renewing its plea for parents to be extremely cautious about leaving children in hot cars. It may seem like common sense, but statistics show that these deaths are on the rise in the U.S.According to the safety organization Kids and Cars*, 52 children died nationwide in 2018 of hyperthermia as a result of being left in a hot car. Three of those deaths occurred in Kentucky.




Source: MG News

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