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Leaving a Child in a Car can be Deadly During Summer Heat

Parents are putting children in danger when they run inside the store or house and leave kids in a car with no air conditioning. It takes only minutes before the heat inside the vehicle becomes unbearable, and then deadly.
Parents are putting children in danger when they run inside the store or house and leave kids in a car with no air conditioning.

It takes only minutes before the heat inside the vehicle becomes unbearable, and then deadly.

Children are more likely to suffer from a heat stroke due to their bodies heating up three to five times faster than an adults body. So, remember to look before you lock, making sure a child doesn't get left behind.
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