High School Senior's Invention Aims to End Hot Car Deaths

Alissa Chavez's Hot Seat sets off an alarm on a parent's key chain if their child is still in their car seat.
1:02 | 07/29/14

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-- Chad says he's a high school seniors -- -- believe she's created something that consult a national problem. It is called the hot seat it's designed to prevent children through -- left unattended in hot cars. It's also designed to be very user friendly where the parent doesn't have to think about it the way it works at Pappas placed under a child seats it's remotely connected to a -- on the parent heat. If the parent -- more than forty feet from the vehicle. -- -- Alarm goes -- Friday morning Chavis was honored by the city for her invention and the potential for device has proceeding in lines. We've heard story after story about children and our community who -- look to -- vehicles -- says helping kids is a passion I think -- -- my whole life. And this summer before my eighth grade science fair I heard so many -- are being around kids all the time I just couldn't imagine what it must feel like to lose a child.

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