With temperatures on the rise, children being left in hot cars is unfortunately becoming more and more frequent, with 24 hot car deaths so far in 2019. Candice Dye, M.D., pediatrician at the University of Alabama at Birmingham can comment on this disturbing trend, including:
- How leaving a child in a hot car can be deadly
- What to do if you see a child in a hot car
- Best practices for parents driving with children in the heat
Dye is available for phone or live/taped interviews. The UAB News Studio is available for live or recorded HD video interviews with UAB experts worldwide through LTN Global Networks. The studio is equipped with an ISDN line for digital radio interviews.