Where's baby? Look before you lock!
Ten minutes is all it takes for a motor vehicle to reach deadly temperatures.
So far this year, 21 children have died in the U.S. after being left in hot cars, according to child safety group Kidsandcars.org. It's happened to the most loving, protective parents and well educated people.
Children who have died from vehicular hyperthermia have ranged in age from 5 days to 14 years. A child's body temperature absorbs more heat on a hot day than an adult's does.
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