Look Before You Lock

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Sun, Aug 4, 2019

As a mother of 3 children, and a very busy businesswoman, it’s incomprehensible how children are being left in hot cars and dying! On average 39 children die of vehicular heatstroke. 2018 had 52 fatalities being the deadliest year for hot car deaths. Broward County isn’t exempt from these statistics. So far this year, Noah Sneed, 2, became the 24th hot car death after he was forgotten in a daycare van. Cars heat up quickly, even on mild days, and become deadly in less than 10 minutes. Stricter laws and punishments must be put into effect to protect our children!

 

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