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A newborn baby sitting in a car seat in a hot car.

What to do if you see a child or pet in a hot car.

Children and pets being left in hot cars is a topic which has been getting more attention recently, and for good reason. No one sets out in the morning to put their child or pet at risk in a hot car, and yet in 2018, 52 children died in hot cars. It was the deadliest year on record for the past 20 years, according to The National Safety Council (NSC). When can it get too hot inside a car? We all know that it gets hot inside of a closed vehicle in the summer, just think of when you openContinue Reading

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