“It Hurts Every Day!” Grieving Mother Recalls Her Sad Story Of Child Loss From A Heatstroke In The Hot Car To Warn Others

Date August 21, 2018

How can you save a child if you see one alone and forgotten inside the car? What actions to take so that a situation won’t turn critical?

You can save someone’s daughter or son one day if you know this information!

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Loss mother shares her heartbreaking story

More and more kids die in hot vehicles every year. The sad statistics does not lie: the number of fatal cases equals around 37 deaths in the U.S. per year.

Who is to blame for this? Parents, government, society? There is no need to look for a guilty when a tragedy did happen.

Fatal Distraction is a documented film about parents whose children died from a heatstroke in hot cars. This lady can’t restrain tears when she recalled the tragedy that happened in her family.

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Her child had been accidentally left in the hot vehicle. The little girl passed away from a heatstroke. The loss mother cries:

I would be willing to work every day for the rest of my life, so that any other family doesn’t have to have the same story. It hurts every day!

We all can prevent situations like that

The majority of kids’ deaths in the hot cars could be prevented. So, what should we do when seeing a child left in the hot vehicle?

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The first and the most important thing to learn is - if you see a child alone in a vehicle, get involved! Call 911 immediately.

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If you see the situation becomes critical, it may be necessary to break one of the windows. But remember that without proper actions, this could be classed as criminal damage.

To avoid troubles with the law, make sure you tell the police of your intentions to break the window and take the names and contact numbers of witnesses.

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Dear parents, make sure to read this guideline on how to prevent leaving your kids in the hot cars.

Let’s join our forces and finally change the sad statistics for the sake of our kids!

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