Your vehicle can heat up quickly, reaching 110 degrees even when outside temperatures are in the 60’s. A child left unattended in a hot car can experience a heatstroke and even death in this situation. Do not leave children unattended and be sure to lock your vehicle to prevent children from getting in it and becoming trapped. For more child safety information and tips, contact Early Care Programs at 301-334-7720.
Preguntas? Llámenos al 301-334-7720 para servicios de traducción. Accessibility assistance available at 301-334-7720.
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