Look Before You Lock
A family is mourning the loss of their 11-month-old after the baby was left inside a hot SUV Wednesday.
As our sultry South Florida temperatures begin to soar into the 90s on a daily basis, the state’s Department of Children and Families wants to remind all parents and caregivers to “Look Before You Lock.”
Mistakes happen, but when a child’s life is at risk as a result of an error, proper measures must be taken avoid them.
The death of 22-month-old Dominicue Andrews has renewed calls for more safety procedures to prevent another tragedy like Dominciue’s. Because of the death, a program created in South Florida to help save children’s live has just been expanded.
It’s every parent’s nightmare and it’s happening in more and more – children dying after accidentally being left unattended in hot cars.