Teen Develops Technology to Prevent Hot Car Deaths

Thirty-nine children died of heatstroke last year, as a result of being left in a hot car. That’s thirty-nine deaths that could have been avoided; now, a teen and several dads have developed products to ensure that no child is left unattended in a hot car.

Every summer, I see people take to social media to express their outrage when the news reports that a baby was left in a hot car. Most often, people rush to call the parents incompetent, or openly question how a parent could ever forget their child in the car. I, however, can understand how such a mistake could happen.

Lack of Sleep Could be to Blame

After the second time I’d forgotten to buckle my infant’s car seat into the car, I knew that I needed help to get both my son and myself some sleep. At eight months, apart from two six-hour fluke nights, my son

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