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There are so many ways children can be injured or killed in or around motor vehicles. We have created a very dangerous environment for our children and it is imperative that we put in place mechanisms to keep them safe as they are unable to do that for themselves.
According to KidsAndCars.org, 1,000 children have died in hot cars nationwide since 1990. Even the best of parents or caregivers can unknowingly leave a sleeping baby in a car; and the end result can be injury or even death.
What do you do if you see a child or pet alone in a vehicle?
KidsAndCars.org is asking for your help in being prepared to take action to save lives. If you or a friend see a child or animal alone in a car; get involved. Protecting children is everyone’s business.
Here’s What Should Be Done:
- Dial 911 immediately. Calmly state the location and description of the vehicle.
- If you observe the child or pet is unresponsive or appears in distress, act quickly and carefully:
- Remove them from the vehicle by any means necessary*
- Take them to a cooler location (somewhere with Air Conditioning or shade if AC is unavailable)
- Remove any clothing from the child to let the heat escape from their body
- Use cool water or wet rags to cool the skin, or carefully immerse in cool water (not in an ice bath)
- If the child or pet is awake and responsive and not in distress you must:
- Stay present until help arrives on the scene.
- Ask a third party to attempt to locate the driver. Consider asking Security, or a Store Manager to page them.
Warning Signs of Heatstroke:
- Hot, flush, or red
- Slow, weak pulse or strong, rapid pulse
- Lethargy, confusion, or strange behavior
- No sweating
There is never a situation in which it is safe to a child alone in a car. Not even for a few minutes. Not even if the car is running.
Since KidsAndCars.org began tracking data, over 900 children have died from heatstroke inside vehicles. 2018 was the worst year in history with a total of 52 children that died in hot cars. Additionally, KidsAndCars.org documented 62 pets that died in hot cars in 2018, though many of these cases go undocumented so the number is likely much higher.
We have the know-how to not only get you back into your home, car, or business but remake your keys if they were lost or stolen.
Though our services are individually priced, we'd be happy to give you a free quote if you give us a call!
Typically we can have a driver to you within 15-30 minutes. We'll also provide you with a real-time ETA on when to expect us!
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