When you think about the blind spots of your car, you might not realize that there's one right in front of you.
Safety experts say most vehicles have a blind spot of six to eight feet.
That means when you're looking through your windshield, you might not be able to see something right in front of your car, including a small child.
In 2017, 59 children died after being hit by the front of a car, according to the safety organization Kids and Cars.
Join us on Thursday, May 3, at 10 p.m. for a story every parent should hear, as we explore the dangers of the front blind spot.
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