Don’t leave children unattended in hot vehicles

Likelihood of heatstroke, death increase with temperature Children’s bodies heat up faster than adults, making them even more vulnerable to heatstroke, even if exterior temperatures are not excessively hot. Every summer, children get heatstroke or die as a result of being left unattended in a hot car, but a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service passenger safety expert says there are a number…

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