Stamford EMS worker Sharon Tappe looks to prevent more hot car deaths with Ray Ray's Pledge

The pledge makes parents and day care workers

The pledge makes parents and day care workers promise to call each other if a child is not in attendance. (Credit: News 12 Connecticut)

A Stamford woman has made it her mission to prevent more deaths of children in hot cars with a special pledge for parents and day care workers.

Sharon Tappe, an EMS worker for Turn of River Fire Department in Stamford, brought Ray Ray's Pledge to Connecticut in memory of her best friend's great-niece. Sophia Cavaliero, or Ray Ray, was 1 year old when she died after three hours in a hot car...

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