hot cars

Marissa Rodriguez told local news that she's grieving the deaths of her 1-year-old twins but still loves her husband and needs him by her side.
Juan Rodriguez, 39, had just worked an eight-hour shift at a New York City hospital when he discovered his twins lifeless in the back seat.
Seven kids were stuck in a car with the windows rolled up while a woman shopped at a Maryland mall, authorities say.
Authorities estimate the temperature inside the vehicle reached 141 degrees.
The dog was allegedly left inside the vehicle while its driver was in a pet supply store.
Temperatures inside a vehicle can become dangerously hot faster than many people realize.
Perpetrators will receive one free ride, courtesy of the Pensacola Police Department.
"There's an apology in order. Not for you, no. For your dog."
"We're seeing more and more of these cases and realizing it's not a freak accident."
As we focus on child safety tips this summer, one of the most dangerous incidents happens in something we use everyday: a car. 37 children die every year from being left in a hot vehicle in easily-preventing accidents. Vice President of Kids And Cars Susan Auriemma gives us an in-depth look at the issue of vehicle safety and accident prevention.