Kids And Hot Cars

Kentucky State Police are working to bring attention to the problem of children being left behind in hot cars.The police cite information from the National Safety Council that shows 52 children died last year of vehicular heatstroke, including two in Kentucky. Sgt. Josh Lawson says never leave a child unattended in a car. Also, check before locking the car, and open the back door when parking to ensure no one is inside.

Source: MG News

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