Is Your Child Locked in the Car? Call The Police
From the title of this article you may be like “What?? But that is an emergency!” and you are absolutely correct. But here’s the thing: anytime a child is locked in a vehicle the fire department or the police are the ones who need to be called. While it seems that this would be something a locksmith should take care of, it is actually a huge liability and in most cases the fire department or the police will be there much more quickly. In the hot summer months when it is 90 degrees outside, a cars inside temperature can reach up to 110 degrees in just 10 minutes. If it is hotter than 90 degrees outside the temperatures can reach 130+. However, it is important to note that the outside temperature does not have to be hot in order for a car to become an oven-like death trap. Even temperatures considered mild can lead to death during an extended period of time. In winter months, the car can reach temperatures below freezing, causing hypothermia and frost bite.