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Heatstroke Prevention

Pediatric vehicular heatstroke is the leading cause of non-crash, vehicle-related fatalities for children aged 14 and younger. Parked cars get hot, fast – and can be deadly. A child’s body temperature rises 3-5 times faster than an adult’s does, and even at temperatures as low as 60°F, a child that has been forgotten or left behind or gained access to a parked car can be at risk of heatstroke within minutes. This campaign reminds families with children that these tragedies can happen to anyone, but they are always preventable.

To learn more about how to prevent heatstroke deaths visit www.nhtsa.gov/heatstroke or www.nhtsa.gov/hipertermia.
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