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by Safe Kids Worldwide category: Cause
This campaign ended on July 31 at 12PM
Many people are shocked to learn how hot the inside of a car can actually get. Even on a mild 70 degree day, the temperature inside of a car can rise 19 degrees in 10 minutes and keep getting hotter with each passing minute. The temperature can continue to climb much higher than it is outside, and cracking the windows doesn’t help.
Since 1998, more than 620 children have died from heatstroke when unattended in a vehicle. That’s one child every 10 days. More than half of these children were simply forgotten; something that can happen to the most loving and caring parents when their routine is changed. Other heatstroke deaths were a result of a child intentionally being left in a vehicle or climbing into a vehicle on their own and not being able to get out.
Heatstroke can happen anywhere, to anyone. That’s why it’s so important to never leave your child alone in a car, not even for a minute. July 31 is National Heatstroke Prevention Day. Spread the word about the dangers of heatstroke and make your voice heard.
Safe Kids Worldwide
Safe Kids Worldwide is a nonprofit organization working to prevent childhood injury, the number one killer of children in the United States. Throughout the world, almost one million children die of an injury each year, and almost every one of these tragedies is preventable. Safe Kids works with an extensive network of more than 500 coalitions in the U.S. and with partners in more than 25 countries to reduce traffic injuries, drownings, falls, burns, poisonings and more. Since 1988, Safe Kids has helped reduce the U.S. childhood death rate from unintentional injury by 56 percent. Working together, we can do much more for kids everywhere. Join our effort at www.safekids.org.
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