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Record Numbers of Children Dying in Vehicles This Week
LAS VEGAS – With the start of summer quickly approaching, the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) today joined Safe Kids Worldwide and health professionals at Sunrise Children’s Hospital to discuss ways to prevent child deaths and injuries in hot cars. Earlier this month, four young children died of heatstroke in a seven-day stretch across the country, including two tragedies that occurred in school parking lots. NHTSA and other safety advocates urge parents and caregivers to think, “Where’s baby?
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Auto safety agency urges caregivers to think ‘Where’s baby? Look before you lock.’
Safety Reminders as Kids Go “Back to School”
– However They Go Back
As many normal activities have continued to require careful consideration as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, parents are now challenged with “back to school” and what that means for their children and their families.
We know there is a lot to manage during this time, and it can feel like there is very little in your control. But whether your child will be attending school at home, in-person or a combination of the two, we want to help make sure they stay injury-free.
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