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On a hot and humid day it can take as little as 15 minutes for a baby to become dehydrated while sitting in a parked car with no ventilation.
It’s estimated that 24 million students nationwide start their school day with a trip on the school bus. Whether they walk, ride the bus or travel by car, teach your kids these few tips to ensure they get to and from school safely.
Our children are the most precious cargo that we carry while in our vehicles, but sadly, 80% to 90% of all child safety seats are not installed properly.
Read a flyer on facts and myths having to do with children starting fires.
Roanoke Fire-EMS, the Virginia Department of Health and Kids and Cars want to remind parents and caregivers on the dangers of leaving children unattended in and around vehicles.
Matches, lighters and other heat sources are the leading cause of fire deaths for children.
Remove old refrigerators from homes and check them before disposal to insure safety.
Over 2,500 babies’ ages 1 month to 1 year die of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) each year. The SIDS rate has dropped by more than half since the Back to Sleep Campaign.
Roanoke Fire-EMS is pleased to be a member of the SW Virginia Alliance for Safe Babies.