Remember: Don't Leave Children/Pets in Hot Cars

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It may sound like common sense to you. Don't leave your children or pets in a hot vehicle, especially this summer. But Murfreesboro Police Officer Amy Norville says just last week, a parent was criminally charged for leaving an infant and a toddler in their car at Stones River Mall...

Norville says it takes less than 10-minutes for the inside of a car to become unbearable...


Norville suggests putting something in the back seat, like your cell phone or purse, so you'll remember to check before leaving your vehicle. She reminds motorists Murfreesboro Police will be on the lookout for children and pets left inside vehicles and they could face charges if they're left unattended.


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