Two deaths and video of a close call bring new attention to kids in hot cars

Texas and Connecticut each saw kids die from heatstroke in cars Thursday and another death was potentially averted Tuesday. Those incidents are shining new light on hot car deaths. Kris Van Cleave reports.

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