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It takes place every year in the summer, Forgetful, or neglectful of parents of a child in a car on a hot day.
The results can vary: Sometimes the child turns out to be OK, other times not. Sometimes, parents are faced with criminal charges, sometimes not.
Here are just a few examples of recent reports:
Over the weekend, a police officer at Perkins Township, Ohio, to rescue two children who were trapped in a minivan in a WalMart parking lot.
Their mother had accidentally locked her keys in the car. The kids were great, and it was the police, it was just an accident and not negligence, FOX 8 Cleveland reported. The rescue was recorded on the officer’s body camera.
GARY, INDIANA, THE MOTHER REPORTEDLY LEFT THE CHILD IN A HOT CAR DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH THE DIVISION OF CHILD CARE SERVICES-REPORT TO
THE BABY TWINS IS FOUND DEAD, ‘FOAMING AT THE MOUTH, ON THE BACK OF THE CAR, THE POLICE
Two of the babies found in the trunk of a car in the Bronx borough of New York City over the past month were not so lucky.
The police found a 1-year-old twins to react and “foaming at the mouth” after being in the car for eight hours. Her father, Juan Rodriguez, was charged with two counts of criminal negligent homicide, the New York Post reported.
In Indiana, a mother left her 4-day-old baby in her car while she went in to make an appointment with the Department of child, authorities say. The baby survived but the mother, who, like Jennifer, K., Ost, 27, of Milroy, was arrested for failure to act.
Jennifer K., East, is accused of leaving her child in a hot car in a Section of the child interview, in gary, Indiana.
Earlier this week, the Department of Justice, officials in Oregon have decreased the debt against a district attorney who left his 18-month-old son in a car for five hours, OregonLive reported. Officials have said that they will not be able to prove Evander McIver’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Bend police found the boy sleeping in his car seat. He was not injured.
An average of 38 children die in hot cars each year, according to the organization Kids and Cars. So far this year, 23 children died last year, 52 children have died after being left in a car.
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The organization recommends that parents leave an item that they can’t start their day without it (such as a mobile phone or a wallet in the back seat, so they don’t forget their child in the car.