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                         The ashes of a brave little girl Ellie who died from a brain tumor

A brave mom, Sarah Walton, strapped her little girl Ellie into her little car seat one final time.  Ellie had died from a brain tumor, and her ashes kept in a temporary box the mom decorated with personal items.  The post left by the little girls' m...

Pine crest Police investigating baby heat stroke incident

A 1 year old boy, Samuel Schnall, died from being forgotten in the back of a car in Pinecrest, Florida.  He is the first death for the new year and died from baby heat stroke.  There are not many details about who left the little boy in the car, but it seems that caretakers were responsible.  I live only a mile or two from the location.  Yes...

A new law has been proposed entitled the Hot Cars Act of 2016. Designed to required car manufacturers to install safety devices to warn drivers of children in back seat . Will this Bill become law?

 As always, a very special thanks to Jan Null of the Department of Meteorology & Climate Science at the San Jose State University.  He works hard to update and keep us all informed as to the latest information concerning children that have died as a result of heat stroke.  From his chart above, Texas has had the most number of child deaths.  Florida, my home state, is the second mos...

Five children in Florida alone this year have died from heat stroke after being forgotten and left behind in a car.  The temperatures rise quickly, and within a short time, a child can die from the extreme heat.  A case i know about in the Miami, Florida area, is about a little boy who was forgotten in a car as the parents and older siblings ran off to a church service.  They all thought that the...

Another child has died on October 11,  after being left in a hot car.  A young 11 month old boy died in Fresno California.  This little boy was found in the back of a parked car in an apartment complex.  The doors were closed, and the windows rolled up, which usually means the parent or caregiver completely forgot about the child.   When the police arrived, they attempted CPR, but the little boy w...

On September 22, another child died from heat stroke after being left in her parents car.  The child was only 7 months old and was left in a car with outside air temperatures around the 90's .  The father is a NASA employee working in Alabama, who forgot to drop off his child at the day care center at NASA and went directly to work.  This is the SINGLE most common reason parents forget their child...

The number of baby heat stroke deaths this year is 11!  That is double what it was last year.  What's happening?  Why are parents forgetting their children in the back seats of cars?  The last death was a child left in a car with outside air temperature of about 93 degrees.  That means the inside of the car can heat up to over 120 degrees.  I know.  I have been running exp...

On March 16, 2016, a 7 month old baby girl was left in the back seat of a car.  The parent claims it was an accident, an oversight. The baby had been in the car for several hours.  For the second time this year, it was the grandmother who left the child in the back of the car.  While Babyheatstroke.org keeps current with new technology that may save a life, it is still a good method...

 

 

 Unbelievable stories and facts about something that can be avoided:  Children do not have to die in hot cars.  The more we educate the public about this danger, the more videos that are created and posted, the more scientific research that gets done from organizations such as General Motors, the more attempts to develop new technology (Evenflo created a new baby sensor built into a car seat) to...

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