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GM Releases Sobering Stats about Lethality of Unattended Kids in Cars

The arrival of summer is a reminder of a seasonal danger that takes dozens of young lives annually ? children being left unattended in hot cars. In the seven days from June 13-20, seven children around the country died of hyperthermia after being left in a hot car or after playing in one and being trapped inside. According to research by Jan Null, a Certified Consulting Meteorologist who spent 25 years with the National Weather Service, 462 children ? an average of 37 per year ? have died after being left in hot cars since 1998.

GM Releases Sobering Stats about Lethality of Unattended Kids in Cars
xcel, Jun 29, 2010
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