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Pop-A-Lock Halifax rescues 8 week old locked in car

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Imagine locking your child in a vehicle...what would you do ?  There is a safe and fast solution.  We recommend you call Pop-A-Lock !! Our PAL Saves Kids program is a quick and responsive service.  With over 350,000 children saved to date, the safety of children will remain our top priority.  In Halifax, the local locksmith team was called to rescue Carson, an 8 week old baby.  His mom calmly asked a stranger for a cell phone, found us immediately online and dialled Pop-A-Lock.  Our team arrived to the delight of Carson's mom.  The video demonstrates one of our many car door unlocking techniques.  These techniques ensure no damage to the vehicle and protect the safety of the child.  There are routine articles written about kids locked in vehicles that can lead to bad outcomes, particularly related to children left in hot vehicles. CTV News. For new parents, one of the best sources of information is the kidsandcars.org website.  Kids and Cars
 

Kidsandcars.org has several safety tips for all parents to keep in mind:

  • Never leave children alone in or around cars -- not even for a minute.
  • Put something you’ll need like your cell phone, handbag on the floor board in the back seat.
  • Get in the habit of always opening the back door every time you reach your destination to make sure no child has been left behind.
  • Keep a large stuffed animal in the child’s car seat when your child is not with you, and in the front passenger seat when your child is with you.
  • If you see a child alone in a vehicle, get involved. If they seem hot or seem sick, get them out as quickly as possible. Call 911 or Pop-A-Lock Halifax @ 902-469-5625.
Remember our PAL Saves Kids program.