|Forum topic by DKV||posted 08-13-2012 11:39 PM||669 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
08-13-2012 11:39 PM
Despite the efforts of child advocates and federal highway safety officials, Americans keep leaving young children in hot vehicles. In the first week of August, eight children across the USA died from heatstroke in hot vehicles — believed to be the most ever in a single week. Since 1998 over 500 children have died in cars due to heat.
Whenever I am in a parking lot one of the things I look for on hot days is kids in cars waiting on their parents. If I find one I try to get the child to tell me which store their parent is in and then ask the store to page the parents of the (insert description of car here) in the parking lot.
I also look for cars with pets. It only takes 10 minutes in a closed up car for an animal to go into heat distress.
-- This is a Troll Free zone.