"Where's Baby? Look Before you Lock" Campaign
Heatstroke caused by leaving a child unintended in a hot vehicle can kill in minutes. To help prevent these tragedies, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx joins other federal officials, child advocates, and early learning providers as part of the “Where’s Baby? Look Before You Lock” public education campaign. The campaign highlights the dangers of leaving children in hot cars and how parents and the public can better protect children. In 2013 alone, 44 children died when left unattended in a hot vehicle. As of July 15, 17 deaths have been reported this year.