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Australia Mother reveals the terrifying moment her children, aged 2 and seven months, locked themselves inside her car on a hot day - as she issues a warning to drivers over new technology

18:16  27 november  2019
18:16  27 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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terrifying moment her children , aged 2 and seven months , locked themselves inside her car on a hot day - as she issues a warning to drivers over new The incident comes after two sisters - aged one and two - died in Logan, near Brisbane, after they were allegedly left in a car on Saturday.

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A mother has spoken out about the terrifying moment her young children locked themselves in her car on a 29C day.

Shannah Rumble's children, seven-month-old Corben and two-year-old Slade, accidentally became trapped in their Prado, which was parked in Mackay, Queensland, on Wednesday morning.

'I put them in the car and the keys in the boot - and then the little one has pressed the button,' Ms Rumble told The Northern Star.

A mother has spoken about the terrifying moment her young children locked themselves in the car during 29C heat (stock image)© Provided by Daily Mail A mother has spoken about the terrifying moment her young children locked themselves in the car during 29C heat (stock image)

Luckily for Ms Rumble and her children, the response from police and Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ) was immediate.

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Ms Rumble said Corben and Slade were locked in the car for about 15 minutes, before being freed by emergency crews.

While the mother was left shaken by the ordeal, she said her children remained calm.

'They had bottles and a milkshake in the car so they were fine,' she said.

The temperature inside a parked car can be more than 30 degrees hotter than outside the car, according to the NRMA.

Children trapped inside cars during hot days can become quickly distressed, dehydrated and can die from organ failure.

a person sitting in a car looking out the window: Shannah Rumble's children, seven-month-old Corben and two-year-old Slade, accidentally became trapped in their car, which was parked in Mackay, Queensland, on Wednesday morning (stock image)© Provided by Daily Mail Shannah Rumble's children, seven-month-old Corben and two-year-old Slade, accidentally became trapped in their car, which was parked in Mackay, Queensland, on Wednesday morning (stock image)

The incident comes after two sisters - aged one and two - died in Logan, near Brisbane, after they were allegedly left in a car on Saturday.

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Their mother Kerri-Ann Conley, 27, has been charged with two counts of murder.

On Tuesday, a five-year old girl was found unresponsive inside a car parked in the driveway of the family home near Port Stephens, north of Newcastle in NSW.

The girl was airlifted to hospital in a critical condition.

NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN ALONE IN CARS

Emergency services rescue more than 2,000 unattended children in cars each year.

The temperature inside a parked car can be more than 30 degrees hotter than outside the car.

Up to 75 per cent of the temperature increase occurs within five minutes of the car being closed.

'A child left in a parked car under those conditions for even a few minutes can very quickly become distressed, dehydrated and can die from organ failure,' the NRMA website states.

'If you see anything, you need to act quickly. If you wait, it can be too late.'

Darker-coloured cars can reach slightly higher temperatures.

More than 5000 children are rescued from hot cars in Australia every year in figures revealed just weeks after two sisters died in Brisbane .
Across Australia, more than 5000 children are rescued after being left unattended in a car each year, Kidsafe says. Earlier in December, a five-year-old girl found in a car parked in the driveway of a home in NSW's Hunter region died in hospital.The weekend before this incident, two sisters - aged one and two - died inside a station wagon parked across the front yard of a family home in Logan, south of Brisbane.

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