Hot Car Deaths – Accident or Homicide?

Since early May when temperatures start to warm in the south, we all start hearing about cases of parents leaving their children in the car where they die of heatstroke. It’s happened already this year in South Texas. The National Safety Council notes these incidences kill an average of 37 children a year. The council…

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Science Behind Hot Car Deaths

In July in Phoenix, Arizona with temperatures regularly topping 100 degrees, the area saw the deaths of a 1-year-old found dead in a church parking lot and a 7-month-old who died while being cared for by his grandparents. Although still being investigated, both cases are thought to be accidental. These kinds of incidences, which happen…

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