Live PD: Kids Trapped in a Hot Car | A&E



An officer is called to a parking lot where two children were accidentally locked in a car with the temperature climbing past 100 degrees in this clip from “5.6.2017”. #LivePD

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Live PD
Season 1
Episode 38
5.6.2017

On “Live PD” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday night.

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  1. I had my 2 month old baby with me when I ran to the store one hot day. I had the vehicle ice cold inside anywhere we went. I was going to run into the store so I left my vehicle running, got out to go around to get my baby out and i accidently shut the door which locked again. So my baby got locked inside my vehicle. I freaked out because I could open the doors. So I asked a cashier to call the police while I stood at my babies window. The cop came and unlocked my vehicle thankfully and the ordeal was over. I'm thankful my ac was on too. Accidents can happen.

  2. This was all kinds of wholesome. Newer cars need tk have a residual fan feature like mercedes did for my car (99 e320).

    With my windows up it can stay under 75 degrees if its 100 out for like 20 minutes just the fans circulating the cold air inside

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