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DUBAI – The Abu Dhabi Police on Sunday (May 31) has issued a warning urging families not to leave children alone in vehicles that could lead to death.
Police said leaving children alone inside vehicles could lead to death due to suffocation resulting from a lack of oxygen and high temperatures
The police force urged parents to take preventive measures against risks when taking their children on trips.
The Abu Dhabi Police also said families should not leave their children asleep in the rear seats of their cars.
Several children have suffocated in recent years due to their parents’ negligence and lack of commitment to public safety.
The Abu Dhabi Police stressed that negligence is a crime punishable by the UAE child protection law. ICA/Expat Media
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