This week, after two babies were left in a hot carDied in a row. Reportedly, North Carolina and Georgia while their parents were at work.
In a recent tragedy, a man in Tarheel left his one-year-old daughter in a mebane car on Friday afternoon in the heat of 90 degrees.WTVD-TV.
Reportedly, first responders were unable to revive their babies after receiving a 911 call around 12:30 pm.
A day ago, a police officer was called to Walgreens in Danielsville, Georgia, and the outside temperature reached 90 degrees at around 1:30 pm, causing a 12-month-old unresponsiveness in the car. Found.According to WAGA, -TV.
The baby's mother worked in a drugstore and it was unclear how long the child was left in the car, she said.
Investigators have investigated both deaths and are considering accusations against their parents.
The pointless tragedy was the death of the ninth and tenth hot cars in the United States so far this year, according to the nonprofit Kids and Cars.
Experts warn that the temperature inside a car placed in the sun on a hot day can easily and quickly rise above 150 degrees Celsius.