June 17–18: ACT to prevent heatstroke
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A hot car is one of the most dangerous places for a baby or a young child. Cars can heat up to 19 degrees in 10 minutes, and cracking a window will not provide enough air for a child stuck in a hot car. Parents and caregivers can use ACT to help keep children safe. Avoid heatstroke-related injuries by never leaving children alone in the car, and locking cars to prevent children from getting in. Create reminders, like a stuffed animal, in the car to remind you that you need to get a child out when you exit. Take action. If you see a child alone in a car, call 911 immediately. For more information, visit https://www.safekids.org/heatstroke.


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