Heatstroke Prevention in Infants and ChildrenArticleLast updated Tuesday, June 30, 2020
855 children have died due to vehicular heatstroke since 1998 (reference: https://www.noheatstroke.org). All of these deaths could have been prevented. Sadly, these are the statistics as of June 26, 2020.
The problem of children dying in hot cars is continuing year after year, and these are completely preventable tragedies. Raising public awareness is part of the solution.
These campaigns include a host of creative and informative reminders designed to ensure that child passengers are not left behind in the car by parents and caregivers, and that children cannot gain unsupervised access to motor vehicles.
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