Ga. officials: Hot vehicles deadly for unattended kids

As temperatures begin to rise, officials from six state agencies are reminding Georgians to never leave children unattended in vehicles.

Bobby Cagle of the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning says more than half of all vehicle-related heatstroke deaths in children are caused by people who have accidentally left children in the car, The Telegraph reported May 10.

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