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Don't leave children in unattended in cars this summer

Temperatures can rise rapidly

1:42 PM, Jun. 18, 2013
Temperatures inside vehicles can rise to dangerous levels very qucikly. Eleven children have already died in unattended vehicles in the U.S. this year.
Temperatures inside vehicles can rise to dangerous levels very qucikly. Eleven children have already died in unattended vehicles in the U.S. this year.
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As temperatures continue to rise, local officals warn parents and caregivers about the risks of leaving children unattended in vehicles.

Assistant Chief Steve Klein said the Fond du Lac Police Department frequently gets calls during the summer about kids and pets left in cars.

"It is quite common for us to receive complaints throughout the summer months about pets and children being left unattended in vehicles," Klein said. ...

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