Keying in on kids may prevent them from being left in hot vehicles


Amelia Hadley, The Desert Sun

When my youngest son– now 6– was about 9 months old, I tucked him into his car seat and the two of us headed to the drug store. It took less than 10 minutes to get there. I went in to the store, searched up and down the aisles looking for what I needed, made my purchase and went back to the car….where my son sat in his car seat, happily chewing on his foot. I dropped my bag and yelped.
I’d totally forgotten he was with me.

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Posted on Sunday, June 2nd, 2013 at 6:34 pm in category Heat Stroke, Latest News