On Your Side: Reminders to prevent hot car child deaths

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  Tuesday, a Texas woman by the name of Danielle Bible Contacted News Three in an effort to keep more children from dying in hot cars.
     According to a recent CNN study, more than 30 kids die in hot cars across the U.S. every year.
     Bible says, she’s encouraging drivers with small children to place reminders in their cars.
“The idea is that you put some sort of sensory material on the door handle of the car. You wanna make it impossible for you to exit without realizing 100 percent you have a kid in the car.”- Danielle Bible, promoting hot car death prevention.
     One Columbus woman who has one child and is expecting another weighed in on hot car deaths.
 “I understand there are some parents that have a lot going on and stuff like that but I also have second opinion..How can you forget..you carried this child for nine months and you just forget a child. I just feel it’s kind of impossible to do that,” says Wycithia Graves, a Columbus parent 

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