A national safety group is using Indiana data on children left on school buses in an effort to prompt other states to track the problem as well.Read more
As winter approaches, a recent crash test warns parents against dressing their children in thick winter coats while fastened in a car seat.Read more
“What good is a law that kills more people than it saves?” said Russ Swift, a former New Jerseyan and co-chairman of Florida-based Parents Against Tired Truck Drivers.Read more
In an announcement that will impact millions of schoolchildren, the federal government’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is recommending seat belts in every school bus in the nation. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports.Read more
A motor vehicle death is a motor vehicle death. They should all be counted — regardless of when, regardless of where.”Read more
A father who was frustrated by all the speeding cars in his neighborhood decided to do something about it by illegally posting his own stop signs.Read more
With millions of children getting on school buses, NBC’s national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen takes a look at why most school buses don’t have seat belts, and just how dangerous that can get.Read more
In addition to raising money for the St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children in Queens, Flower Hill resident Chris Savino’s upcoming Cocktails With a Cause fundraiser will seek to promote automobile safety.
An hour-long VIP sponsor reception prior to the Sept. 24 event’s cocktail party and auction will feature the Kansas-based non-profit KidsAndCars.org, for which Savino’s friend, former Village of Munsey Park Trustee Sue Auriemma, has advocated, as its VIP guest organization.
New signs being put up by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia have got everybody talking.Read more
Every year, about 38 children die from being left or forgotten in hot cars across the country, according to the advocacy group Kids and Cars. This summer, Virginia will have a new law to help prevent these deaths.
How often do passersby see a child left behind, locked in a hot car, but don’t act, afraid of a lawsuit if they break them out?