Georgia toddler's death is at least the 8th child hot-car fatality this year

Un bambino di un anno è morto giovedì dopo essere stato lasciato in un veicolo caldo a Danielsville, Georgia, hanno detto le autorità, bringing the number of reported heat-related vehicle deaths of children this year to at least eight.

The latest tragedy appears attributableto the high temperatures inside the vehicle,” according to Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Cap. Jimmy Patton.
All signs and information so far point to this being accidental,” Patton said via email.
      The death occurred just days after a 3-year-old boy who was left in a hot car for nearly three hours in southern Georgia died last weekend, hanno detto le autorità.
        The incident in Danielsville, di 87 miglia a nord-est di Atlanta, was at least the fifth hot-car death of a child in June, secondo il National Safety Council e il NoHeatStroke.org data site run by San Jose University’s Department of Meteorology and Climate Science.
          In media, 38 bambini di età inferiore a 15 die from heatstroke each year after being left in a car, according to the council.
          In the Danielsville case, sheriff’s deputies, Madison County EMS and local police responded and rendered aid before the child was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead, according to a MCSO statement.
          The child’s mother was inside her place of business for an undisclosed amount of time before she found the child, diceva la dichiarazione.
          Temperatures in the area hovered between 86 degrees and 88 degrees during the hour when the child was found Friday afternoon, according to the CNN Weather. With an outside air temperature of 86 [object Window], the car could have reached well over 100 degrees in 20 minutes or less.
          MCSO said it has contacted the Northern Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office, which will receive the case for review once the investigation is complete and determine if charges should be filed.
          Madison County Coroner Julie Harrison in a statement confirmed the death fromthermal exposurebut said the child was 11 Vecchio di mesi. The investigation is ongoing and an autopsy was being performed.

          Three-year-old died in Columbus, Georgia, di domenica

          In the other Georgia case, di domenica, Kendrick Engram Jr., had arrived home in an SUV in Columbus with his grandmother and other children around 5:30 p.m., following an afternoon at church and running errands, according to a Muscogee County Coroner’s Office report on the child’s death.
          The grandmother told investigators she believed all the children got out of her SUV when they got home, the coroner’s report said, and she went to her bedroom. Kendrick’s mother was at work at the time and had met with the group at a nearby Walmart earlier during her lunch break, diceva il rapporto.
          Nearly three hours later, attorno 8:15 p.m., Kendrick’s uncle used the SUV to drive to a Wendy’s restaurant and was unaware the boy was in the back seat, secondo il rapporto. He parked the vehicle and went inside, where he later got a phone call from Kendrick’s grandmother asking if he had seen him.
          The uncle found Kendrick in the car withfoam and blood coming from his mouthand called for emergency medical assistance, which arrived two minutes after the call, diceva il rapporto.
          Kendrick was described asextremely hot to the touch,” diceva il rapporto, and showed no signs of life.
          The preliminary cause of death is asphyxiation, Muscogee County Coroner Buddy Bryan told CNN. Temperatures Sunday in the Columbus area reached as high as 96 [object Window], secondo il National Weather Service.
          The child body was to be sent to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for an autopsy, the coroner’s office said. Autopsy results may take up to five months to complete, Ha detto Bryan.
          CNN has sought comment from the Columbus Police Department.

          Toddler left in a car died, ha detto la polizia

          In Virginia, an 18-month-old boy died after he was accidentally left in an unattended vehicle for several hours, Chesterfield County police said Tuesday. Police did not specify his cause of death, but the high temperature in Midlothian, di 20 miles west of Richmond, era in giro 81 degrees that day. The child’s father later took his own life.
          In Texas last week, a 5-year-old died after he was left inside a car outside the family’s Houston home.
          La maggioranza di pediatric hot-car deaths occur because the child is forgotten by a caregiver, according to data compiled by Jan Null, a lecturer at San Jose State University’s Department of Meteorology and Climate Science.
          The tragedies often draw national attention. Murder charges are fairly rare and convictions are even less likely, secondo gli esperti.
          Georgia’s highest court last month overturned the murder conviction of a father sentenced to life without parole for the 2014 hot-car death of his 22-month-old son.
            The Georgia Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that evidence submitted by prosecutors of Justin Ross Harrisextramarital sexual relationshipswhich the state portrayed as the motivation behind his decision to kill his son, Bottaio — had unfair prejudicial impact on the jury.
            Defense attorneys had argued Cooper’s death was a tragic accident caused by his father’s lapse in memory.

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