Britta Eberle always swore she would never forget her child in a car until she did. On July 2 all Eberle family went to a friend's farm.
Once they arrived everyone was running back and forth from cars to the friend's home, bringing in food and other items.
In this complete hustle and bustle they forgot about 2-year-old Ada sleeping in one of the cars.
20 minutes later Eberle suddenly realized something wasn't right since her little daughter wasn’t with the group and woman didn’t remember if she had taken her out of the car.
The next moment Eberle's sister came in carrying her niece, who was crying, but unhurt
Though the temperature in Vermont that day was in the 60s and it was pouring rain, according to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, even in such weather a car's interior can heat up to well above 110 degrees that can cause child’s death.
According to safety organization KidsAndCars.org., every summer in the U.S., an average of 37 children die in hot cars.
Be careful with your children!