Summers are back and so is the cruel sun.
We may like it for a minute or two but mostly we don’t because it is too hot all the time.
Yes, you can go out in the sun and enjoy a tan or swim or go to the beach but it also comes with massive heat that can in time turn your car into an oven.
Every summer there are so many cases reported of heat stroke and suffocation due to being trapped in a car while out in the sun.
The heat inside a car is not easy to deal with and these seven kids were stuck in the same situation. Charles County Sheriff’s Office in Maryland received a call on 10th of May, Friday.
The speaker on the call was a 4 years young child who said that he with 6 other kids is locked inside a car with the windows up as the woman who was taking care of them went to buy to shop a few things and asked them not to leave the vehicle.
The kid said that it is getting too hot, they have no idea where they are, and they just need help immediately. The police tracked their location down using the GPS of the phone the child had called from.
He somehow managed to call as he was the eldest one out of them all. The 7 kids inside the car were all between 2-4 years.
The woman who was the mother of two inside the car was taking care of other 5 as well. She had closed all the windows and left the car in the parking of St. Charles Towne Center, in Waldorf.
The temperature outside the car was 80 degrees and you can now imagine the condition inside it.
A car with all its windows closed will trap heat inside so better be careful and do not do such a thing to your kid or anyone at all. This can even result in the death of a person.
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