L.I. Law Proposes Protection For Those Rescuing Children In Hot Cars
With the alarming rise in cases of kids left along in cars, there's a new law being proposed on Long Island to protect Good Samaritans from being sued for breaking into a hot car in order to rescue a child under 8 years old. CBS 2's Maurice Dubois reports.
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