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Baby Dies While Sleeping In Car Seat!!!

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SARATOGA SPRINGS - A tragedy in Utah tonight as a one year old baby girl dies while sleeping in a car seat. The baby died this evening, after efforts to revive her failed. The baby's death ironically comes on the same day of a new international study, which says leaving infants in a car seat can be dangerous.

We've probably all done it - you come home from a trip and the baby is still sleeping, so rather than risk waking the baby up, you leave her in a car seat like this while she sleeps in the house. Sadly tonight, a Utah baby may have died from exactly that.

15 month old Devon Justine Greer was being cared for by a neighbour this afternoon and was left sleeping in her car seat.

Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "She had apparently fallen asleep in the car seat in the car, but was taken into the home."

The baby girl was sleeping in a bedroom, but when the caregiver went to check on her she was not breathing.

Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "We have detectives who are continuing to investigate to rule out any foul play, but at this point it appears to be an accident."

This baby's death could be related to what New Zealand researchers today warned is a danger for infants.

The study reviewed 9 infants who suffered "life threatening breathing problems" while strapped into a car seat where they were left asleep outside the car.

The babies had their heads bent forward while they slept and that restricted their airways.

Janet Brooks with Primary Children's Hospital says the warning about letting babies sleep for long periods of time in car seats is not new, but an important reminder.

Janet Brooks, Child Advocacy Manager, Primary Children's Hospital: "Leaving kids in a car seat too long. If you take them out of the car, take them into the house. They sleep in it, they nap in it. These are all issues, not only for airways but for curvature of the spine, flatness on the back of the head; these are all issues we look at".

While it's not safe to let babies sleep for a long time in the car seat out of the car, we want to make it clear while in a car, it's a different story. There is no question that infant car seats save lives and researchers say may reduce car accident injuries by as much as 90%.

SUMBER: SINI

Ajal maut jodoh pertemuan semua ditentukan oleh Allah SWT, news ni sedikit sebanyak trigger iolss as a mummy dan juga mungkin bagus untuk peringatan kepada uols disebabkan kadang2 kita ni terlepas pandang atau terleka. Memang tak dinafikan ada di antara parents yang suka carry baby dalam car seat yang boleh carry sana carry sini tu, macam gambar kat atas ni atau yang berbagai2 jenis yang lain. Sama2lah kita sebagai parents beringat tentang safety anak2 kita supaya tak terjadi macam ni. Once dah berhentikan enjin kereta, kalau anak tu masih tidur dalam car seat, angkat dan dukung anak, jangan angkut car seat tu dan biarkan anak tidur dalam tu. It's better to be safe rather than to be sorry....
We've probably all done it — you come home from a trip and the baby is still sleeping, so rather than risk waking the baby up, you leave her in a car seat like this while she sleeps in the house. Sadly tonight, a Utah baby may have died from exactly that.
Fifteen-month old Devon Justine Greer was being cared for by a neighbor this afternoon and was left sleeping in her car seat.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "She had apparently fallen asleep in the car seat in the car, but was taken into the home."
The baby girl was sleeping in a bedroom, but when the caregiver went to check on her she was not breathing.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "When family here at the home went into that room a short time later, they found her unresponsive and not breathing, and that's when they called 911."
Paramedics attempted CPR for more than an hour, but it was not successful.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "We have detectives who are continuing to investigate to rule out any foul play, but at this point it appears to be an accident."
This baby's death could be related to what New Zealand researchers today warned is a danger for infants. The study reviewed nine infants who suffered "life threatening breathing problems" while strapped into a car seat where they were left asleep outside the car.
The babies had their heads bent forward while they slept and that restricted their airways.
Janet Brooks with Primary Children's Hospital says the warning about letting babies sleep for long periods of time in car seats is not new, but an important reminder.
Janet Brooks, Child Advocacy Manager, Primary Children's Hospital: "Leaving kids in a car seat too long. If you take them out of the car, take them into the house. They sleep in it, they nap in it. These are all issues, not only for airways but for curvature of the spine, flatness on the back of the head; these are all issues we look at."
While it's not safe to let babies sleep for a long time in the car seat out of the car, we want to make it clear: while in a car, it's a different story. There is no question that infant car seats save lives and researchers say may reduce car accident injuries by as much as 90%

Read more at http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=711452#87eyu1kriAsKGCMq.99
SARATOGA SPRINGS — A tragedy in Utah tonight as a one-year old baby girl dies while sleeping in a car seat. The baby died this evening, after efforts to revive her failed. The baby's death ironically comes on the same day of a new international study, which says leaving infants in a car seat can be dangerous.
We've probably all done it — you come home from a trip and the baby is still sleeping, so rather than risk waking the baby up, you leave her in a car seat like this while she sleeps in the house. Sadly tonight, a Utah baby may have died from exactly that.
Fifteen-month old Devon Justine Greer was being cared for by a neighbor this afternoon and was left sleeping in her car seat.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "She had apparently fallen asleep in the car seat in the car, but was taken into the home."
The baby girl was sleeping in a bedroom, but when the caregiver went to check on her she was not breathing.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "When family here at the home went into that room a short time later, they found her unresponsive and not breathing, and that's when they called 911."
Paramedics attempted CPR for more than an hour, but it was not successful.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "We have detectives who are continuing to investigate to rule out any foul play, but at this point it appears to be an accident."
This baby's death could be related to what New Zealand researchers today warned is a danger for infants. The study reviewed nine infants who suffered "life threatening breathing problems" while strapped into a car seat where they were left asleep outside the car.
The babies had their heads bent forward while they slept and that restricted their airways.
Janet Brooks with Primary Children's Hospital says the warning about letting babies sleep for long periods of time in car seats is not new, but an important reminder.
Janet Brooks, Child Advocacy Manager, Primary Children's Hospital: "Leaving kids in a car seat too long. If you take them out of the car, take them into the house. They sleep in it, they nap in it. These are all issues, not only for airways but for curvature of the spine, flatness on the back of the head; these are all issues we look at."
While it's not safe to let babies sleep for a long time in the car seat out of the car, we want to make it clear: while in a car, it's a different story. There is no question that infant car seats save lives and researchers say may reduce car accident injuries by as much as 90%

Read more at http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=711452#87eyu1kriAsKGCMq.99
SARATOGA SPRINGS — A tragedy in Utah tonight as a one-year old baby girl dies while sleeping in a car seat. The baby died this evening, after efforts to revive her failed. The baby's death ironically comes on the same day of a new international study, which says leaving infants in a car seat can be dangerous.
We've probably all done it — you come home from a trip and the baby is still sleeping, so rather than risk waking the baby up, you leave her in a car seat like this while she sleeps in the house. Sadly tonight, a Utah baby may have died from exactly that.
Fifteen-month old Devon Justine Greer was being cared for by a neighbor this afternoon and was left sleeping in her car seat.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "She had apparently fallen asleep in the car seat in the car, but was taken into the home."
The baby girl was sleeping in a bedroom, but when the caregiver went to check on her she was not breathing.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "When family here at the home went into that room a short time later, they found her unresponsive and not breathing, and that's when they called 911."
Paramedics attempted CPR for more than an hour, but it was not successful.
Sgt. Spencer Cannon, Utah County Sheriff's Office: "We have detectives who are continuing to investigate to rule out any foul play, but at this point it appears to be an accident."
This baby's death could be related to what New Zealand researchers today warned is a danger for infants. The study reviewed nine infants who suffered "life threatening breathing problems" while strapped into a car seat where they were left asleep outside the car.
The babies had their heads bent forward while they slept and that restricted their airways.
Janet Brooks with Primary Children's Hospital says the warning about letting babies sleep for long periods of time in car seats is not new, but an important reminder.
Janet Brooks, Child Advocacy Manager, Primary Children's Hospital: "Leaving kids in a car seat too long. If you take them out of the car, take them into the house. They sleep in it, they nap in it. These are all issues, not only for airways but for curvature of the spine, flatness on the back of the head; these are all issues we look at."
While it's not safe to let babies sleep for a long time in the car seat out of the car, we want to make it clear: while in a car, it's a different story. There is no question that infant car seats save lives and researchers say may reduce car accident injuries by as much as 90%

Read more at http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=711452#87eyu1kriAsKGCMq.99

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Artikel Baby Dies While Sleeping In Car Seat!!! , diterbitkan oleh Farah Waheda Wahid pada hari Thursday, February 20, 2014.Enjoy Reading this!.About me: Farah Waheda Wahid Working Mommy Blogger of 1 (a boy). I blog about everything that moms love...mommyhood, beauty, fashion, health, food, tech and travel. Being a mom of 1 young kids, I like to find a balance between blogging about family related topics and things that are just for mom :) My blogs primary objective is to share my experiences with my readers, so it might help them with anything similar they may be experiencing, or to introduce them to new ideas. I blog from Selangor, Malaysia and have a preschooler toddler.

34 comments:

  1. ingat mengingati tu perlukan farah..

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    1. betul tu kak, kita kena saling ingat mengingati untuk kebaikan semua pihak...

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  2. keselamatan aank perlu diutamakan... jgn aniaya anak sendiri
    peringatan yg bagus farah...

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    1. memang betul kak, keselamatan anak perlu diutamakan...

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  3. sharing is caring kan adik....mintak dijauhkan la..must put extra careful to yourself ye...

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    1. itulah peringatan untuk diri sendiri jugak ni kak...

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  4. alahai.... lagi kes baby meninggal .. sedih baca

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    1. memang sedih lieya walaupun bukan bangsa kita atau beragama islam sekali pun, nama jer baby memang sedih...

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  5. ooo dlm car seat pun boleh membawa maut
    k.el pun ada gak kdg2 bw sekali ngan car seat lau anak dah tido..smpai umah pun masih tido dlm seat..bw terus masuk bilik ngan car2 seat tu..tp tulah ajal maut semua di tangan Allah swt..tp tulah lg bgus lau dpt elak buat cam tu lagi kan

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    1. kalau boleh elak kita elaklah kak el... hu hu hu...

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  6. wuuu sedih2 kalau baby meninggal cmni....bahaya gak ye car seat ni...parents need to be more alert..noted to myself too...hehe

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  7. parents kena alert..bahaya mcm tu

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  8. Gud sharing farah..insyaALLAH akan lebih beringat dan berhati2 lps ni..

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  9. ralat rasanya kalau jadi begini.....

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  10. Allahuakbar, tak sangka ada kes macam ni..kena sentiasa berwaspada..mungkin car seat ada y x sesuai dengan baby

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    1. apa apa pun kita ambillah langkah berjaga2...

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  11. Betul tu.....baik buat langkah pencegahan sebelum menyesal.....Dulu masa anak anak kecik mmg ada pun car seat ni...senang duk diam diam dlm tu kat keta...kalau tak, mau pergi mari pergi mari...

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    1. eloklah kita cegah sebelum terjadi apa2...

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  12. takutnya kak kejadian camni..memang nak kena alert selalu..

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    1. akak pun jadi sangat seriau dan takut dah jadinya bila baca berita macam ni...

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  13. Jgn nk cari pasal tgglkn ank dlm kete...

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  14. betultu akak, byk kes macam ni jadi..
    sebab tu kena lebih peka, jgn sambil lewa je..
    anis pon mintak jauh la ngan semua ni nanti.. dahla anis ni agak cemerkap orangnye..
    risau jugakk.. thanks akak for sharing untuk kebaikan bersama :)

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  15. so parents kena beware.safety first for baby

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  16. Safety 1st la nmpk ye gini...mgkn masih kecik kan..pernafasan semua blm btul2x trbentuk..moga amik pgjarannya...

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