Hot car risks: Protect your children and pets this summer from deadly heat
As temperatures continue to rise this summer, the inside of your vehicle can heat up fast and become a danger to your family and pets.
Texas leads the United States in hot car deaths each year.
It only takes about 10 minutes for your vehicle to heat up another 20 degrees, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Six News on Fox/KFDM's Kaily Cunningham reports on how 10 minutes can be deadly.