Every time the weather gets hot, the same story appears on the news - a baby left in a car.
Once again that story has a tragic ending. The parents of a 15-month-old little girl left her in a BMW in Chattanooga, Tenn., for hours. Someone eventually saw the child and called 911, but by the time police arrived it was too late.
"That makes me want to cry. That is so sad. How do they not know that child was in the car," asked Gina Genette, a concerned mother.
Thermal imaging on the inside of the car showed it was 137 degrees inside, much too hot for a child to survive.
Again authorities urge you to not leave your children in hot cars.
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