It's Time to Shout About It...
Hot Cars Kill Kids
Every 10 days, vehicular heatstroke kills a child in the United States. Every 10 days, a parent loses a child to a preventable death. Since 1998, there have been 671 deaths, 10 of which happened this year. It's time to stop vehicular heatstroke from killing our children. The time to take action is now!
On June 15, NHTSA will tweet every 15 minutes for 24 hours to raise awareness about the dangers of heatstroke. Join us in this life-saving conversation with tweets and retweets of your own. Take this message to your friends, families, and followers, and tell them to share it, too.
Who: NHTSA and YOU!
What: #HeatstrokeKills Tweet Up
When: Wednesday, June 15, 2016
How: Follow the conversation using the hashtag #HeatstrokeKills. Feel free to mention @NHTSAgov in any of your tweets and we will get back to as many questions and comments as we can! Remember to include #HeatstrokeKills in your comments so others can follow along with the conversation, too.
Spread the message. Make a difference. Take action. Save a life.
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