Death of Kids in Hot Cars an Underreported Problem, Experts Say

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A growing number of children are dying or being injured after being left alone in a hot car, and children’s advocates say not enough is being done to prevent such deaths, which the government doesn’t even track. Jan , an independent researcher in San Francisco, counted 214 cases of heat-related deaths from 1998 through July
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