General July 3, 2022

Stopping Hot-Car Deaths | Don’t Leave Kids Unattended In A Car | Bruce Clark Living In Irvine California

With summer, and the heat that comes with it, it’s time to give thought to how to protect kids from hot-car deaths. Sadly, more than 35 young children, on average, die each year from being left in a hot car. This is something that we continue seeing, but we all can help bring down this tragic number.

Experts looking for ways to prevent hot car deaths, new radar technology could detect heartbeats. For some, it’s ‘old school:’  a shoe, a toy, a piece of clothing of the child(ren) on the front seat. Or it could be multiple reminders with multiple people.

Have a wonderful summer – and please don’t forget the kids!