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With warmer weather spreading across the country, please remember that heatstroke tragedies can happen to anyone. It doesn’t need to be a hot day; when the temperature outside is as low as 60 degrees, the temperature inside a vehicle can reach 110 degrees within minutes. If a child’s body temperature reaches 107 degrees, that child will die. On average, 37 children die each year from vehicular heatstroke, according to noheatstroke.org. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration provides several tips on how you can protect your family from the effects of heatstroke. Read more...
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