2010 sets record so far for child deaths in hot cars

07/1/2010 | USA Today

So far this year, 19 children have died from being in hot vehicles, a half-year record going back to 1998 when researchers began tracking such statistics. About half of the deaths occurred because parents forgot young children were asleep in the back. Johns Hopkins safety expert Peter Pronovost suggests that automakers develop alarms that sound if parents fail to unbuckle a seat harness after they take keys out of the ignition.

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