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Hot cars: A deadly danger that can happen to anyone

May 22, 2015

While it may be hard to imagine, many deaths have occurred when over-stressed parents forgot that their children were in the backseat.

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HEARTBROKEN FAMILY WORKS TO PREVENT HOT CAR CHILD DEATHS

A couple shares their heartbreaking story in hopes of sparing another family from a similar tragedy

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Driveway Dangers: A warning for parents

May 20, 2015

It wasn’t easy for Brian and Amanda Bayers to talk about how their 18-month-old son, Jackson, died, but they did for one reason.

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Child Left Behind: Va. mom whose baby died in hot car shares her story

Rarely do we hear firsthand from a parent involved in one of these tragedies. But one Virginia woman wants you to hear her story, no matter how hard it is for her to tell.

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Children shut in car trunk were in no danger, grandmother says

A St. Louis woman is accused of putting her 10-year-old daughter and two of her daughter’s friends in the trunk of a moving car.

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There’s Something Under the Hood of Your Car That Will Break the Window of A Hot Car in No Time Flat

May 19, 2015

Summertime temperatures inside a locked car can quickly rise to deadly levels.

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Kids Left in Hot Cars Could be Saved by Alarms

May 15, 2015

Who decided a dead battery was more important than a dead baby?

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Cooler Than Average Temps Can Still Kill

With temperatures dropping to record lows for this time of year, it’s important to remember the temperature inside a vehicle can still rise enough to kill.

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Mom Recounts Heartbreaking Story of Daughter’s Accidental Death in a Hot Car

May 14, 2015

My husband, sons, daughter and I started the day at church. As we were leaving the services, my 6-year-old daughter, Sydney, made sure to bring home the craft she’d been working on in Sunday school.

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Stanley Speaks to Rotary

At a recent meeting of the Peachtree City Rotary Club, Jenny Stanley of Kidsandcars.org, a national organization, spoke about the dangers of leaving children in hot cars.
Tragically, Stanley speaks from experience about the loss of her daughter. Telling her mother that she was going next door to a neighbor’s house, six-year old Sydney Marie instead climbed inside their unlocked car and could not get out. She died of heat stroke.

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