Monday, July 3, 2017

Maybe Because It's Hot In Texas?

From Fire Rescue1: For nearly 20 years, more children have died in hot cars in Texas than anywhere else.
The problem is still puzzling to child advocates and researchers, despite the state’s large population and scorching temperatures.
“The child safety groups I work with and I all kind of scratch our heads at the big numbers in Texas,” said Jan Null, a San Jose State University meteorology instructor who tracks hot-car deaths on his website “It’s especially been highlighted this year.”
I'm not sure but Texas is pretty hot almost the entire year. 
You think that may have something to do with it?
And people get paid to study this?

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