Baby Heat Stroke, Baby Heat Stroke Deaths
On June 8, 2017 Mayor Tomas Regalado awarded Kelly Ann with an official proclamation signed by the Mayor and all the City Commissioners. It is official: June 8 is "Kelly Ann Cosentino and The Baby Heat Stroke Institute Day in the City of Miami." Thank you Mayor For bringing Awarness to this important Child-Safety Cause.
City of Miami Fire Chief Zahralban, speaks about the danger of leaving children unattended. The life and death situation of leaving a child alone in a car, even for a moment. A must watch!
Information courtesy of www.ggweather.com. Special thanks to Meterologist Jan Null for providing this life saving information quoted throughout this site.
I'In 2018, 51 children died from heat stroke, after being "forgotten" in the back seat of the family car. That is a 21 year record.
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Kelly Ann Cosentino, Founder Baby Heat Stroke
The Mayor Tomas Regalado Interview!
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Mayor Tomas Regalado, City of Miami, interview with Kelly Ann Cosentino, Founder Baby Heat Stroke. Watch what Mayor says about parents that leave kids in hot cars!
City of Miami Police Chief Llanes speaks to Kelly Ann Cosentino about Baby Heat Stroke- Child Safety.
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Would you leave your child Inside a Sauna?
No one would put a baby inside of a sauna, would they? Did you know that according to research done by General Motors, a car can heat up 50 degrees hotter than the outside temperature? If the outside temperature is 80 degrees, that means the "left behind child" is sitting in 130 degree temperatures- or worse. That is how children die. Experiment: I went inside a sauna to see how hot 150 degrees felt. After three minutes, I was exhausted and dizzy.
What should you know?
Understanding the facts is a big step. Hi, my name is Kelly Ann and I would like to share with you information that may save a childs' life. Parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, friends, and relatives, are important caretakers. Would you like a free "hanger" like the one seen below? Just contact me, and I will mail you one. It's Free.
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Saunas can heat up to 160 degrees. And so can cars!
What happens if I see a baby alone in a car?
Awareness of the dangers of leaving children unattended is spreading.
In the state of Florida, there is a "Good Samaratin Law" which means that if you act "reasonably" you may take action to save that baby. This is good news. But, you must first call the police. However, while the police are on the way, the baby may not have much time. Especially with the windows closed, and a hot day, You might have to break a window. Try to get help- call out. But, keep watch on the child. I asked a policeman how to break a window on a car. He said never try to do it with your hand, or your foot. You will get hurt. But, perhaps a rock, or something heavy. He also said not to break the window over the child's head, but away from the child. Maybe the front side windows. Let's keep a watch for children in cars.
You can go to supermarkets and stores where lots of people park. I show them that cars are hot, kids should never be left in cars alone. I hand out reminder placques like the one to the left on my site. You can help too! Contact me, I will show you how. Thanks.
On Tuesday, September 17, 2019, the outside air temperature was over 93 degrees in Miami. In a car, the temperatures could easily rise to greater than 130 degrees! A child will die from heat stroke when the child's body temperature reaches 107 degrees. The body temperature is not the same as the car temperature. A child can reach 107 degree body temperature even when the outside air temperature is in the 70's and 80's. Play it safe- never leave kids in cars unattended. No matter what the air temperature is!
Kelly Ann Sings "Safe and Sound" for the children that have died in the back of cars- forgotten.
Children have a right to feel "Safe and Sound" knowing they will be cared for and remembered.
Kelly Ann Cosentino, Founder
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