State Agencies Warn of the Dangers of Leaving Children in Vehicles Unattended

May 28, 2014

The Georgia Department of Public Safety joined Governor Nathan Deal, First Lady Sandra Deal, the Department of Early Care and Learning, and several other state agencies for a press conference on May 27 to launch the “Look Again” campaign. 

The “Look Again” campaign raises awareness of the dangers associated with leaving children unattended in a vehicle. Vehicles can heat up quickly, especially on days with warmer weather. If you see a child left alone in a vehicle, it is okay to report it to 911 or your local authorities, immediately. You can save a life.

For more information, check out the “Look Again” YouTube video featuring Georgia parents who have lost children to vehicular heatstroke accidents at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdY4-LieHVI.