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On Behalf of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, Members of Congress Urge Parents and Caregivers to Avoid Leaving Kids Alone in Hot Cars

-- Last Updated on Wednesday, June 21st --


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Sen. Jim Inhofe ("in-hoff") of Oklahoma (1:04)
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Sen. Brian Schatz ("shots") of Hawaii (:58)
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Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada (:58)
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Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee's 7th district (1:02)
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Rep. Buddy Carter of Georgia's 1st district (:57)
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Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio's 13th district (:58)
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Rep. Bill Flores of Texas' 17th district (:56)
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Rep. Michael Burgess of Texas' 26th district (:57)
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Rep. Gene Green of Texas' 29th district (:59)
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Jorge Maldonado, Community Liaison for Rep. Green -- in Spanish (1:18)
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Rep. Pete Olson of Texas' 22nd district (1:01)
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Rep. Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma's 2nd district (:57)
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Rep. Doris Matsui of California's 6th district (1:04)
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Rep. Bob Latta (as in "ladder") of Ohio's 5th district (:57)
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(Soundbites and Spokesperson IDs May Vary)

-- English-Language --

(OPEN):
WE ALL NEED TO PROTECT CHILDREN IN CARS:  AT TIMES, THE INSIDE OF A PARKED CAR CAN QUICKLY EXCEED 120-DEGREES.  THAT CAN BE LETHAL FOR CHILDREN--WHO MAY SUFFER HEATSTROKE WITHIN MINUTES.  [MEMBER OF CONGRESS] IS PART OF A NATIONAL EFFORT TO RAISE AWARENESS IN [STATE]--SO PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS KNOW THE IMPORTANCE OF TAKING EXTRA CARE, TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM HOT CARS...

(SPOKESPERSON):
"IN THE HEAT OF THE SUMMER, A CHILD LEFT ALONE IN A CAR--FOR EVEN A FEW MINUTES--CAN LEAD TO TRAGEDY.  ALL OF US IN [STATE] MUST RESPECT THE DANGERS OF HEATSTROKE--AND TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN."

(BRIDGE):
ALSO, BE SURE TO LOCK YOUR VEHICLE, WHEN YOU LEAVE--SO KIDS DON'T CLIMB INSIDE...

(SPOKESPERSON):
"CHECK THE BACK SEAT.  LOCK YOUR VEHICLE.  AND, IF YOU SEE A TRAPPED CHILD, CALL '9-1-1'--IMMEDIATELY."

(CLOSE):
HEATSTROKE-FATALITIES CAN BE PREVENTED--AND PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS OF LITTLE-ONES NEED TO BE ESPECIALLY VIGILANT.  REGARDLESS OF THE OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE, IT'S NEVER SAFE TO LEAVE KIDS ALONE, IN A CAR.

-- Spanish-Language --

(OPEN):
TODOS NECESITAMOS PROTEGER A LOS NIÑOS EN LOS AUTOMÓVILES:  A VECES, EL INTERIOR DE UN AUTOMÓVIL ESTACIONADO PUEDE RÁPIDAMENTE SUPERAR LOS 120 GRADOS.  ESO PUEDE SER FATAL PARA LOS NIÑOS--QUE PUEDEN SUFRIR UNA INSOLACIÓN EN CUESTIÓN DE MINUTOS.  [CONGRESISTA] ES PARTE DE UN ESFUERZO NACIONAL PARA CREAR CONCIENCIA EN [ESTADO]--PARA QUE LOS PADRES Y CUIDADORES CONOZCAN LA IMPORTANCIA DE TOMAR PRECAUCIONES, PARA PROTEGER A LOS NIÑOS DE LOS AUTOS CALIENTES...

(SPOKESPERSON):
"EN EL CALOR DEL VERANO, UN NIÑO QUE SE QUEDA EN UN CARRO POR SÓLO UNOS POCOS MINUTOS PUEDE TERMINAR EN TRAGEDIA.  TODOS NOSOTROS EN [ESTADO] DEBEMOS RESPETAR LOS PELIGROS DE LA INSOLACIÓN--Y ASUMIR LA RESPONSABILIDAD DE PROTEGER A NUESTROS HIJOS."

(BRIDGE):
TAMBIÉN, ASEGÚRESE DE PONERLE EL SEGURO A SU VEHÍCULO, CUANDO SALGA--PARA QUE LOS NIÑOS NO PUEDAN ENTRAR...

(SPOKESPERSON):
"REVISE EL ASIENTO TRASERO.  PÓNGALE EL SEGURO A SU CARRO.  Y, SI VE A UN NIÑO ATRAPADO, LLAME AL '9-1-1'--INMEDIATAMENTE."

(CLOSE):
LAS MUERTES POR INSOLACIÓN PUEDEN EVITARSE--Y LOS PADRES Y CUIDADORES DE LOS PEQUEÑOS DEBEN ESTAR ESPECIALMENTE ATENTOS.  INDEPENDIENTEMENTE DE LA TEMPERATURA AFUERA, NUNCA ES BUENO DEJAR A LOS NIÑOS SOLOS, EN UN AUTOMÓVIL.



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