A toddler in Florida died Saturday after he was trapped inside a hot car parked outside a home, police said.
A car sitting outside in the Florida heat in July can reach up to 150 degrees, according to police.
Temperatures reached 90 degrees in Delray Beach on Saturday.
Delray Beach police said Khayden was playing with other children and may have been trapped in the car for hours before the family found him.
One-year-old Khayden Saint Saveur was found about 3:20 p.m. inside the BMW that was parked outside a Delray Beach home, according to the Sun Sentinel.
referring to Police work outside The Grandview at Las Vegas after a 3-year-old was found suffering from heat exhaustion in Las Vegas, Saturday, July 15, 2017.
(Gabriella Angotti-Jones Las Vegas Review-Journal @gabriellaangojo)The Clark County coroner has identified the 3-year-old boy who died Saturday in Las Vegas after he was left in a parked car for at least an hour during triple-digit heat.
The Clark County coroner has identified the 3-year-old boy who died Saturday after being left in a parked car in Las Vegas during triple-digit heat.
Las Vegas Review-Journal writers Blake Apgar and Dana Rutkin contributed to this report.
The boy was found in a four-door passenger sedan by the Grandview time-share property at 9940 Las Vegas Blvd.
referring to A Florida boy who was supposed to turn 2-years-old in August died after he was found trapped in his father’s hot car Saturday, police said.
Khayden Saint Sauveur may have been trapped in the car for hours outside his home before his family found him, Delray Beach police said.
Carly Saint Sauveur, the boy’s uncle, told The Sun Sentinel the car belonged to Khayden’s father, Action Saint Sauveur, and that it was parked in the driveway with a dead battery.
A police spokeswoman told the newspaper that it wasn’t clear how the child got into the car.
A car in the July heat can reach temperatures up to 150 degrees, police said.
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