Hot cars and kids: Study shows killer temps hit in an hour

NBC News – May 24, 2018

Holley’s moment of terror did not end in tragedy, but on average, 37 kids left in cars die of hyperthermia in the United States every year. A new study from Arizona State University and the University of California San Diego quantifies just how long it takes for cars to reach killer temperatures in either the sun or the shade.

Also: Hot Car Deaths: Scientists Detail Why Parents Forget Their Children (Includes video): https://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/hot-cars-and-kids/hot-car-deaths-scientists-detail-why-parents-forget-their-children-n777076

https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/hot-cars-kids-study-shows-killer-temps-hit-hour-n876916