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2 babies die in separate hot auto incidents in Phoenix

July 23 2018, 05:36 | Irvin Gilbert

2 babies die in separate hot auto incidents in Phoenix

2 babies die in separate hot auto incidents in Phoenix

Both infants were said to be in the care of family members at the time of the respective incidents, Phoenix police said, according to the paper.

Police say Josiah was discovered dead only after his father drove round trip, twice, between the apartment complex and the church to drop off the mother and a sibling.

Authorities are investigating the hot-car deaths of two children in two days in Phoenix.

Phoenix Police will conduct an investigation but believe it to be accidental.

An infant in Phoenix has died after being left in a hot auto, one day after a baby boy died under similar circumstances.

She said, she had come to the church to support the family and mentioned hearing about the other baby that had died similarly on Friday.

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In that case, police say Zane Endress was in the auto for "several hours" before he was found. "Everyone is cooperative", Fortune said.

Zettica Mitchell, a cousin of the baby's father, told the Arizona Republic that the death was 'shocking, devastating, just sad'.

Phoenix Police and fire brigade were called out at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in the CHURCH of God in Christ after witnesses dial to 911, after some hours police and fire officials arrived and pronounced one year old and refer to the Hospital after sometime Doctor said that Josiah Riggins died.

The boy's death Friday was the first hot vehicle death in Maricopa County this summer.

Since that time, the highest number of deaths per year was in 2010, with 49 deaths. The child was under the care of his parents. "Again, look inside your vehicle before you put it in drive and before you go anywhere, so you can avoid these tragedies".



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