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By Caroline Sellers/KFOR,
OKLAHOMA CITY ( KFOR ) – The Oklahoma City Fire Department is reminding the public not to leave children in the car as temperatures begin to rise.
According to OKCFD , firefighters were called to three incidents on Monday where a child was locked inside a car and have responded to 105 similar incident for the year.
As Oklahoma’s temperatures rise, so does the risk of heat-related injuries and death for those stuck inside the vehicle.
“Make it a habit to check your entire vehicle, especially the back seat, before locking the doors and walking away.” OKCFD said.
According to OKCFD:
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