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New push for technology to prevent child hot car deaths

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New push for technology to prevent child hot car deaths

by CBSTV Videos 3:42 mins

There are an estimated 40 child deaths caused from heatstroke in hot cars each year. The Department of Transportation is being asked to implement a new technology that would help alert parents if their child is left alone inside. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.

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