State Police share tips to keep kids safe in hot cars

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HARTFORD -- Every year when the weather heats up, there is a concern about children who are left in vehicles.

Temperatures warm up very quickly in cars, especially without ventilation in the summer time.

Over the weekend, musician Carrie Underwood suffered a scare when one of her dogs hit a lock button, and the singer's son got locked in the car.

Underwood's brother-in-law broke a window to save the baby and the child is safe.

Connecticut State Police talked to Fox CT about the dangers children face in hot cars.

Trooper Tyler Weerden shared some tips on how to keep kids safe.

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