‘Fatal Distraction’: Ross Harris documentary claims untold story about convicted father

November 23, 2020

Years after conviction for leaving his son in a hot car, Harris’ parents are speaking out and a documentary filmmaker hopes her work will bring about a new trial. CLICK HERE to watch the video report ‘Fatal Distraction’: Ross Harris documentary claims untold story about convicted father Volume 90% Author: Natisha Lance (11Alive), Christopher Buchanan Published: 11:06 […]

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Is leaving a child in a hot car a crime or accident? A look at 2 Lafayette cases

October 5, 2020

BY MEGAN WYATT | STAFF WRITER OCT 2, 2020 – 7:00 AM Baby Gavin Gholston and toddler Ryatt Hensley both faced untimely deaths after overheating in vehicles in Lafayette Parish. Gavin, 11 months, died on a June day in 2012 in a hot vehicle parked at a workplace after his father forgot to drop him […]

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Advocate discusses federal bill after 3-year-old girl dies after being left in hot car in Edmond

August 19, 2020

WATCH VIDEO REPORT HERE: https://www.koco.com/article/advocate-discusses-federal-bill-after-3-year-old-girl-dies-after-being-left-in-hot-car-in-edmond/33638188   EDMOND, Okla. — Edmond police are still investigating the tragic death of a 3-year-old girl who was left in a hot vehicle for several hours Monday. Authorities told KOCO 5 that her father called 911 after finding his daughter in an SUV Monday evening. Police said the girl was […]

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Safety Advocates Push for Advanced Tech Mandate to Cut Hot Car Deaths

July 30, 2020

KidAndCars.org shows new tech that meets Hot Cars Act. by Michael Strong | Jul 28, 2020 KidsAndCars.org hosted a webinar showing tech available now that could cut hot car child deaths. Safety advocates pushing for new technology that would alert drivers if they leave a child in their vehicle after leaving it say the new devices could lower […]

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More vehicles are sitting parked during coronavirus — and they’re a risk to kids

July 29, 2020

Eric D. Lawrence, Detroit Free PressPublished 7:00 a.m. ET July 29, 2020 | Updated 8:50 a.m. ET July 29, 2020 Aug. 22, 2010, was the worst day of Jenny Stanley’s life, and she wants to make sure other families don’t experience the loss of a child like her family has. That Sunday was the day her 6-year-old daughter, Sydney, […]

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‘Hot Cars Act’ would require rear seat passenger detection

July 17, 2020

by Eric Zernich, Thursday, July 16th 2020 WATCH VIDEO REPORT: https://nbc24.com/news/local/hot-cars-act-would-require-rear-seat-passenger-detection BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — There’s a new bill working its way through Congress to help prevent children from dying inside hot vehicles in the U.S. If passed, it would require detection technology in every new vehicle. More than 100 kids have died inside hot cars […]

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Deaths decreasing, but hot cars remain a danger to children

July 8, 2020

  By Ed Crump Tuesday, July 7, 2020 5:41PM RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — The COVID-19 pandemic has changed routines especially when it comes to things such as transporting children. So, fortunately, the tragic loss of children’s lives in hot cars is down this year. But children are still dying needlessly, often forgotten by distracted parents. “This […]

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Father of boy who died in hot car advocating for bill that would save other children

  Hot Cars Act included in infrastructure, transportation bill passed by House     By: Scripps National Posted at 2:25 PM, Jul 08, 2020 The House recently passed a massive infrastructure and transportation bill, with $1.5 trillion in projects over the next five years. Included in the bill is the Hot Cars Act, which never passed in […]

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KidsAndCars.org says new technology can help prevent hot car deaths

July 6, 2020

Preventing kids from dying in hot cars By Chasity Maxie | July 2, 2020 at 7:32 PM CDT – Updated July 2 at 8:24 PM WATCH VIDEO REPORT HERE BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – As we move further into summer, there’s a push for technology to help prevent kids from dying in hot cars. The group KidsAndCars.org wants the auto […]

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Auto Safety: At the foundation of the House infrastructure bill

July 1, 2020

Cathy Chase, Joan Claybrook, Jason Levine and William Wallace, Opinion Contributor June 30, 2020 This spring, despite the entire country essentially being locked down or working from home and rush hour traffic becoming a distant memory, the long-standing public health crisis of auto fatalities remained. In fact, even with far fewer vehicles on the road, car […]

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