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The Office of Ohio Emergency Medical Services EMS is encouraging the EMS to join in with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in their effort to prevent anymore children from dying in hot cars by educating, parents, caregivers and the public. In the U.S., since 1998, more than 800 children have died as a result of heatstroke from being left in a hot car, 52 of those deaths occurred in 2018, according a news release from the EMS. In the U.S on average, one child […]
Source: The Daily Jeff – News from Camberidge OH

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