It’s a tragedy that happens way too often every summer. Kids dying after being left in hot cars. As many as 40 deaths occur yearly, with most being in southern states like Arkansas.

Tonya Williams with the Department of Human Services was a guest of Rick Walker on Sunrise Deltaplex and talked about ways this can be prevented.

She went to discuss emergency procedures if you see a child struggling in a hot car.

For more tips, check out the National Safety Council’s website at