Gadgets Meant To Detect Kids In Hot Cars Are Unreliable, Says NHTSA

Gadgets Meant To Detect Kids In Hot Cars Are Unreliable, Says NHTSA
With temperatures across the U.S. hitting record highs, the media has devoted a lot of attention to heat stroke among children left in hot cars, and with good reason. A total of 527 children have died that way since 1998 — 49 of them in 2010 alone.
News story posted on 2012-07-31T15:07:21

Ron Kerr

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