10-Year-Old Comes Up With Seriously Amazing Solution To Child Deaths In Hot Cars

From 1998 to October 2016, around 700 children in the U.S. were accounted for to bite the dust from heatstroke in hot autos.

Over portion of those passings were caused via overseers guaranteeing to have overlooked they exited the children inside their vehicles. It’s completely terrible each time one of these stories flies up in the news, however a number of us don’t realize what the appropriate response is to counteracting them. One greatly savvy kid, in any case, has concocted something that may very well be the ideal arrangement.

Meet 10-year-old Bishop Curry from McKinney, Texas. He made an astonishing gadget for the sole motivation behind sparing other kids’ lives.

Meet 10-year-old Bishop Curry from McKinney, Texas. He created an amazing device for the sole purpose of saving other children's lives.

GoFundMe / Help Bishop end Hot Car Deaths

After hearing that his neighbor’s six-month-old baby died in a hot car, he made it his mission to prevent it from happening to other kids.

The device he calls the “Oasis” is designed to be attached to car seats and detects when the temperature get too hot inside cars. If a child is in the vehicle, it then emits cool air and uses an antenna to alert parents and authorities.

He just has a 3-D clay model of the device right now, but he’s been raising money on GoFundMe to secure a patent and manufacture it. Learn more about Bishop and the Oasis in the video below.

(via BoredPanda)

If you’d like to donate to this kid’s extremely worthy cause, click here, and be sure to share this invention with other parents who’d want one for themselves!