Combating Children's Heatstroke Deaths in Cars

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edited September 2014 in General

imageCombating Children's Heatstroke Deaths in Cars

Every year, an average of 38 children die after being left in hot vehicles. Safety experts are focusing on how best to prevent heatstroke tragedies.

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  • rzacharrzachar Member Posts: 2
    New Invention: Save a Child's Life.
    As you know, there is a growing epidemicof children being left in unattended vehicles. Since 1998, approximately a child a week has perished. This is a circumstance that is preventable. We at Bee-Alert Safety Products (bee-alert.com) have developed an auto alarm that verbally instructs the driver to check the rear car seat for a small passenger. This is a simple device that is inexpensive and easy to install. We are asking individuals, such as yourself, to help us spread the word. We can't do it by our selves, and time is fleeting. Another lost baby is one more tragedy that becomes just another statistic. Thanking you in advance for you concern and help . Sincerely, Richard Zachar. 888 8257730 [email protected]
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