Dallas Locksmith Launches Emergency Rescue Service For Children Locked in Cars
In response to a very serious problem, that has become increasingly common across America, Dallas FW Locksmith has recently announced an emergency rescue service for children locked in cars.
Every year, we hear such horrible stories of children getting locked in cars and dying of dehydration and heatstroke. The problem is these incidents happen every year and nobody seems to be doing anything about them. We decided enough was enough.
There is nothing more tragic for a parent than to lose their child. As hard as it may be to believe, 30 children across America died of heatstroke and dehydration in 2014, from being left unattended in a car, by a parent or a guardian. In 2013, the number was even worse, 44. Indeed, 606 children have died in this manner in America from 1998 to 2013.
There are generally two reasons why this happens time and time again, especially during the summer. One, parents or caretakers get themselves locked out of their car because of their negligence, with the child inside. They then try frantically to break the car open, but without much success. The second reason for such tragic deaths is that some parents or caretakers are so negligent that they deliberately leave their child behind in the car while they go shopping or to get a drink. Whatever may be the reason for this, there is be no excuse for allowing a child to die in this manner.
Dallas based locksmith, Dallas FW Locksmith has decided to do something about it. They have launched an emergency rescue service for children locked up in cars. The company offers free car unlocking services to anyone who has a child locked in the car. Coleman Oneil, a representative of the company said that this free service applies not just to parents or caretakers, but also to any passersby who noticed a child locked in a car, all by themselves, with the parents nowhere in sight.
Mr. Oneil explained: “Every year, we hear such horrible stories of children getting locked in cars and dying of dehydration and heatstroke. The problem is these incidents happen every year and nobody seems to be doing anything about them. We decided enough was enough. We offer a free rescue service for kids trapped in cars. We request parents or anyone passing by who sees a child in such a condition to call us immediately at (214) 997-4611. Our technicians will be sure to get to the location and get the child out of there within minutes. Even if we are able to save one child from dying in this manner, our efforts will have been worth it.”
- Contact Information
- Coleman Oneil
- Media Manager
- Dallas FW Locksmith
- (1) (214) 997-4611
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