Authorities recognize child who died in hot automobile at Grandview Las Vegas

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LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )- The Clark County coroner’s workplace released the identity of a kid who passed away while in a hot cars and truck on Las Vegas Boulevard Saturday night. Metro said abuse and disregard detectives were examining the death of a 3-year-old at the Grandview Las Vegas, located at 9940 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Officers responded to a call of a hurt child at the resort at 4:50 p.m. Authorities located a young boy suffering from heat-related injuries at that location, inning accordance with Lt. Carlos Hank.

Emergency situation medical personnel transported the child to St. Rose Hospital, however he was noticable departed.

Sunday, the county coroner said the 3-year-old who passed away was Chase Lee of Fillmore, Utah, with his main cause of death pending. Lt. Roger Rate, of the Unique Victims Unit, stated the parents of the young boy left him in the cars and truck at the resort car park for over an hour. When they realized this happened it was far too late when they went back to check on him.” Any amount of time in that environment can be lethal to a kid,” Rate stated.

Authorities said it appears the moms and dads were visiting Las Vegas as part of a large household reunion, that combined family members from throughout the country and they lost track of the child.

Rate added that about a lots children were part of the gathering.

The temperature level in the Valley Saturday reached a high of 114 degrees and police stated the within a car with the windows up can reach a high of 170.

Stay with FOX5 for continued updates on this story.

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