Walmart to sell car seat that could help prevent hot-car deaths

25 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Car Seat’s New Technology Aims To Prevent Hot Car Deaths.

Evenflo has designed a car seat that will remind parents, with a series of beeps, that their child is in the car when they arrive at their destination.The horrific stories of babies being left behind in overheated cars by forgetful parents – and suffering heatstroke or even dying – may soon become a thing of the past in America. ‘The Evenflo Advanced SensorSafe Embrace infant car seat uses a wireless receiver that plugs into a car’s On Board Diagnostic (OBD) port and syncs with the chest clip that goes around the baby,’ Walmart said in a statement.With summer temperatures on the rise, Walmart is hoping to help parents avoid the common mistake of forgetting babies in the back seat in the hopes that it will keep the number of children’s deaths due to heat stroke down.

We feel this similar type of reminder will help ensure children don’t suffer from vehicle heatstroke.’ On its website, Evenflo notes that ‘the SensorSafe receiver plug works ONLY with 2008 or newer gas/diesel equipped vehicles purchased in the U.S. or Canada’. ‘Our hope is that no one would ever need the SensorSafe system, but the reality is that 1 child dies every 9 days from being left in a car,’ the company said. It was really hard to function, to do anything even remotely normal,” he recalls. “When I lost Peyton on that tragic day, in my mind I am saying, ‘How could I let this happen?’” (©2015 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. Two siblings in Kansas were charged with aggravated child endangerment after leaving their 2-year-old cousin in a hot car while they shopped. (Luckily, the two-year-old survived, thanks to the valiant window-smashing efforts of some strangers).

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