The Myrtle Beach (Fla.) Police Department put a stuffed dog in a closed car with a thermometer July 31, 2012, to demonstrate the dangers of leaving a pet in a car on a warm day. The temperature inside quickly reached 120 degrees.
The Myrtle Beach (Fla.) Police Department put a stuffed dog in a closed car with a thermometer July 31, 2012, to demonstrate the dangers of leaving a pet in a car on a warm day. The temperature inside quickly reached 120 degrees. Charles Slate cslate@thesunnews.com
The Myrtle Beach (Fla.) Police Department put a stuffed dog in a closed car with a thermometer July 31, 2012, to demonstrate the dangers of leaving a pet in a car on a warm day. The temperature inside quickly reached 120 degrees. Charles Slate cslate@thesunnews.com

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