Global Eye 2020 LLC To Encourage Usage Of Car Hammer To Save Lives
Any Child's Life Could Depend On This Car Hammer
Good Samaritan Laws are passing and being considered, state by state, for allowing passerby's who witness a child left in a car alone, to break into the car to rescue the child. Tennessee is one of the most recent states to pass this law.
The Today Show segment highlighting and demonstrating how to get a child out of a car, and recommended breaking the window as the most expedient method. Breaking a car window is not an easy feat, as the glass in a car window is much stronger than glass in a household. Using the car hammer is a successful and quick solution to getting a child out of a hot car as quickly as possible.
Recommendations from experts offer step-by-step solutions to rescuing a child or even a pet on a hot day. The first step is to call 911, then immediately break the car window, unlock the door, and remove the child. Global Eye 2020 recommends drivers have a car hammer, or car window breaker in each automobile, readily accessible, to rescue children and pets in distress, especially in the summertime.
Last year, 2013, there were at least forty-four deaths of children in vehicles. So far in 2014 there have been at least seventeen heatstroke deaths of children in vehicles; thirteen confirmed as heatstroke and four are still pending official findings by the medical examiner according to the Department of Earth and Climate Sciences. Arizona, California and Texas are states where temperatures climb and stay in the high 80-100 degrees for extended months. The temperature of the inside of a car can climb alarmingly fast, even in cooler climates.
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