Fix sought for heat deaths of children left in cars

Each year, roughly three dozen children die of heatstroke in unattended vehicles. Yesterday, three congressmen and a coalition of safety groups announced proposed legislation to require alerts in cars as a reminder that there may still be a child in the back.

FairWarning has the story.

The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers said it would review the legislation and “provide guidance.”

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