Infographic: Heat can quickly kill children and pets left in a car
Published: June 27, 2013 09:29AM
Updated: June 28, 2013 07:31PM

On an 85 degree day, a car with the windows cracked open can reach an interior temperature of 102 degrees in just 10 minutes. Scroll down to the infographic for more on the dangers of leaving children and pets in a car on even a warm day, and what to do if you see a child or animal who needs help.

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