Summer’s Most Tragic, Preventable Deaths: 60 Seconds can help you avoid them in your family

A dozen children in the US have died so far this year because they were left in a hot car. In 60 seconds, learn how to avoid this tragedy in your family.

An important subject now that we’re in the hotter part of the year. It’s amazing (and upsetting) that already this year a dozen children have died in the US because they were left in a car on a hot day.

 

Animation of temperature rise in a closed car on an 80-degree day (Credit: Washington Post)

Tips for keeping children safe from heatstroke in vehicles. And yes, tips are needed.. (via Washington Post)

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Grey skies with a few showers will be the weather story to finish out the workweek, but the payoff is a beautiful weekend. We are also closely monitoring what appears to be the first significant severe weather threat of the season for the state.

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2020 04 20

Though he passed nearly two months ago, our hearts are still hurting over the loss of a valued member of the KSStorm.Info team — Steve Boleski. As we enter storm season we offer a look at some of the chasing photos Steve was able to take over the past four seasons.

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