Thursday, June 08, 2017
800 Kids Have Died In Hot Cars: Why Aren’t Alert Systems Standard?
Since 1990, more than 800 children have died from heatstroke in hot cars, including nine children so far just this year. But despite the severity of this problem, technology that’s already available that can remind parents when their child is still in the back seat is not yet standard for all cars. Lawmakers, safety advocates, and parents who have experienced tragic losses want this to change.
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