File Image NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP)– An infant in South Carolina has died after being left for hours in a hot vehicle.
North Charleston authorities spokesperson Spencer Pryor told reports the baby’s daddy forgot to drop the child off at a day care center and headed straight to work on Tuesday. The baby was left inside the automobile on a day where the National Weather condition Service says temperature levels reached 85 degrees.
Pryor states the man’s partner called him that evening when the kid wasn’t at the day care center. He found the infant non-responsive in the backseat. He drove to the medical facility where the infant was noticable dead.
Police are considering whether charges will be filed.
The household’s name hasn’t been launched.
The coroner’s office will determine the cause of death.
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