22nd Child Dies This Year In U.S. After Being Left In Hot Car

22nd child dies this year in u. S. After being left in hot car

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Tragic stories of children dying after getting left in scorching hot vehicles are becoming more common as two of these incidents occurred just the last week. NBC News’ Steven Romo reports on how car companies are now trying to solve the problem with new technology.

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