Keep the children in your life safe from heatstroke: Always look before you lock
from U.S. Department of Transportation FastLane
To a child, the warm weather that summer brings means a host of great things trips to the beach, longer days and ice cream cones. But it can also mean potential dangers, such as being left in an overheated car. That's why National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator David Strickland recently traveled to San Antonio, where he joined Texas Department of Transportation officials, safety advocates, health professionals and families who have suffered heatstroke tragedies to discuss ways to prevent child deaths and injuries in hot cars.
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