Fatal Distraction
You’d never forget your kid in the car would you?

Hot-Car Awareness -- Brought to you by [[data:sponsor_name:""]]

Fatal Distraction -- You’d never forget your kid in the car would you?

On average, 38 children die every year from heat-related deaths after being trapped inside vehicles. Even the best of parents or caregivers can unknowingly leave a sleeping baby in a car; and the end result can be injury or even death. What’s even more alarming is these tragedies are on the rise. In 2018, there were 52 child hot-car fatalities – that’s one every 7 days.

All of these deaths could have been prevented.

Unknowingly leaving a child in a car happens to the most loving, caring and protective of parents. It has happened to a teacher, dentist, social worker, police officer, nurse, clergyman, soldier, and even a rocket scientist. It can happen to anyone…even you.

Here at [[data:sponsor_name:""]], we are working to raise awareness and to provide tools and resources for our parents in order to keep children safe from the risks of hot-car death.

We’ll be sending you all a series of emails with information about this issue and recommendations from the National Safety Council as well as providing literature you can grab at the front desk to take home.

Also, we are proud to announce we are sponsoring a smartphone app called DropPop™ for all our parents to use free of charge. DropPop™ was built to prevent these tragedies and will alert you if your child has not been dropped off when and where you expected them to be. The app also sends out a friendly notification letting everyone know when your child has been successfully dropped off. That’s very convenient! To learn more, please visit www.droppop.app

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For more information:

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www.NoHeatstroke.org

www.KidsAndCars.org


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