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Summer weather can prove deadly for children left in vehicles

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When temperatures outside begin to rise, the temperatures inside your car will rise even faster.

So far this year in the United States, 19 children have died after being left in hot vehicles.

If it's just 75 degrees outside, the temperature inside a car can jump to 100 degrees in just ten minutes.

85 degrees outside?

It could reach 120 degrees inside a car in just ten minutes.

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