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Simple Solution (english)
10 Aug 2003

There is a simple solution to the forgotten child, but it means you need to make contacts.
Help Me get the message out, contact all and any persons/companies making/selling childern car seats. Use everything under the line if not your own words. We can solve this simple solution if We Have Voice! --- Green Party is Gold -----

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Please You Have to do Something!
Read the article below, this has happen to too many hardworking loving parents. They simply have a slip of the mind and their child is dead. Please design a occupation seat switch in your car seats so when a child is in the seat, a blinking led on the dash board turns on - reminding the parents there is a 'Child on Board'. This will be a great life savior and the parents will appreciate you for it. I, myself, do not have any children but if I did, I would be grateful to you.




Calif. Professor's Baby Dies in Hot Car

IRVINE, Calif. (AP) - A university professor's 10-month-old son died after being locked in a car on campus for more than three hours while temperatures were in the 90s.

Students at the University of California, Irvine, noticed Michael Warschauer strapped into a car seat in the back of the car Friday morning and called police. The child was pronounced dead shortly after noon.

The child's father, Mark J. Warschauer, was distraught, authorities said.

``About noon he saw a commotion around the car, came out and learned that he'd left the child in there. Apparently he didn't realize it,'' said Irvine police Lt. Jeff Love.

Warschauer, 49, was not arrested but a child endangerment charge is possible, Love said.

Warschauer is vice chair of the university's Department of Education and an associate professor of information and computer technology.

Neighbors described Warschauer and his wife, Keiko Hirata, as doting parents.

``I would see him outside with the baby all the time. He adored him,'' Tracey Mulder said. ``He was just a loving, loving father.''
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