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11-Year-Old Invents Device To Help Prevent Kids From Being Locked in Hot Cars

After witnessing an Evansville woman locking her baby in a hot car while shopping in Walmart, we were a left feeling sad, sick, angry and confused. We were confused about why a parent would ever leave their child in a hot car OR how a parent could ever leave their child in the car on accident. Thanks to an amazing 11-year-old boy, kids being locked in a hot car, will hopefully be a thing of the past.

Watch as EPD officers rescue a baby from a hot car!

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