"Hot Cars Act" seeks to protect children from car heatstroke accidents
A newborn baby is dead from heatstroke in Florida after being left alone in car for hours. The baby is the 21st child to die so far this year in a hot car. The "Hot Cars Act" is a bill seeking to mandate sensors in all new cars. President and founder of vehicle safety organization CarsAndKids.org Janette Fennell talks to CBSN's Lana Zak about the legislation that could save dozens of lives yearly.