• In this July 30, 2015 file photo, St. Mary's and Safe Kids Coalition uses a wireless monitor to record the temperature outside and inside of a closed vehicle at St. Mary's Market Days in Evansville, Ind. The deaths of four children in hot cars in recent days has brought the number of such deaths across the U.S. this year to at least 23, nearly matching the total for all of 2015 and prompting experts to plead for vigilance and warn parents that it can happen to anyone. (Darrin Phegley/Evansville Courier & Press via AP)

    Recent deaths of kids in hot cars prompt pleas to parents

    DALLAS (AP) — The deaths of four children in hot cars in recent days has brought the number across the U.S. this year to at least 23, nearly matching the total for all of last year and prompting experts to plead for vigilance and warn parents that it can happen to anyone.