Regina Weir, coordinator of Safe Kids Metro Kansas City and Mother and Child Health Coalition in Kansas City was outside a drugstore in midtown Kansas City in June 2015 to raise awareness of heatstroke in children and educate parents, caregivers and the general public about ways to protect children from injury or death by being left alone in a hot vehicle.
Regina Weir, coordinator of Safe Kids Metro Kansas City and Mother and Child Health Coalition in Kansas City was outside a drugstore in midtown Kansas City in June 2015 to raise awareness of heatstroke in children and educate parents, caregivers and the general public about ways to protect children from injury or death by being left alone in a hot vehicle. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD tljungblad@kcstar.com
Regina Weir, coordinator of Safe Kids Metro Kansas City and Mother and Child Health Coalition in Kansas City was outside a drugstore in midtown Kansas City in June 2015 to raise awareness of heatstroke in children and educate parents, caregivers and the general public about ways to protect children from injury or death by being left alone in a hot vehicle. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD tljungblad@kcstar.com

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