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A 1-year-old Georgia girl died after being left in a hot car for 4 hours

A 5-year-old child dies after being left in a hot car for hours

In Danielsville, Georgia, officials said a one-year-old girl died after being left in a hot car for four hours.

Thursday police responded to an unresponsive infant call in a car outside the Walgreens store, Captain Jimmy Patton of the Madison County Sheriff's Office told CBS News. .. They arrived with her mother to find an unresponsive 1 year old girl. 

She was taken to a local hospital, where she was sentenced to her death, Patton said. 

Her mother dropped another child in day care, but forgot to drop her one-year-old daughter Walgreens I'm an employee of. At another facility. Patton said she unknowingly left her in her car and headed for her job. 

The Madison County Sheriff's Office is actively investigating, but has not yet filed a complaint against her mother. Patton added that the case was being referred to the district attorney for review. 

The tragedy is the number of suicides after a father in central Virginia put his 18-month-old sonin a hot car for hours. It will happen a day later. .. 

"When the father discovered that the child had died in the car, he went home and took the child into the dwelling. Then he left the dwelling and himself. "I shot," police said in a news release.  

Last week, a 5-year-old boy in died in a car in Houston, Texas, due to a rise in temperature . .. 3 digits. In Georgia, police are investigating the death of a 3-year-old  under what appears to be a similar situation.

Weather Channel meteorologist Mike Bethes, tells Nora O'Donnell, anchor and editor-in-chief of CBS Evening News, in the car when the outside temperature is 100 degrees Celsius. The temperature will reach 119 degrees in just 10 minutes. After 30 minutes, the temperature inside the car will be 134 degrees. This is something that "cannot survive for small children and pets tied to a child seat."

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