Again it happens. A child is left in a hot car. This baby, only 9 months old was recently rescured by a bystander. The bystander, a former solider, broke the window with a tire iron, and crawled through the broken glass to save this baby. Wow. Meanwhile, some employees from the area said she could be arrested. Here is some good news- there is a law called the "good samaritan law" in Texas. This means, if you break a window while trying to save a life, you are protected.
Benjamin Seitz was only 15 months old when he died. He died from the extreme heat in a car. He was left there by a forgetful parent, his dad. A child that dies from extreme heat dies from "hyperthermia". Our bodies can't take such heat. Children, are three times more sensitive to the heat than adults. We do not know how long little Benjamin was in the back seat, but we know that car temperatures can rise very quickly. Children have died in cars when the outside temper
Parents can get arrested for leaving their children in cars unattended. The charges are serious, but not as serious as the death of a child. Do you think parents should be arrested for forgetting their children? In a recent case, Mr. Lillie was charged for leaving his duaghter in a car for four hours- in a hot car. I want to be very angry at the parents. I want to see something happen for those that are so careless. But, does it matter? Will going to jail make parents s