National organizations are partnering to prevent child fatality due to vehicular heatstroke

The Administration for Children and Families, the U.S. Department of Education, the Office of Child Care, and Head Start are working to decrease the rate of child fatality due to vehicular heatstroke, in 2014 at least 17 children died of heatstroke.

Download this poster and/or flyer for tips on how to prevent leaving a child in a vehicle and reminders of what to do if you see a child alone in a vehicle.

In either extreme heat or cold, leaving a child alone in a vehicle is hazardous to their safety. A vehicle which will not protect them from the elements could subject the child to injury and, in some cases, death.

Download the poster and/or flyer.


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