Two children in Texas have died after they were locked in a hot car Friday as temperatures soared to 96 degrees, according to police.
A 16-month-outmoded boy and a 2-year-earliest woman were killed, police said. Their identities were not released.
Deputies from the Parker County Sheriff’s Office were called to a settle west of Lake Weatherford brusquely after 4 p.m., police said.
The kids’s mother told police that they “took off.” After searching for them re the property, she found them inside a small four-entry vehicle, where they had anyhow locked themselves inside, police said.
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The mother subsequently broke one of the windows and found the children unresponsive, police said. They were pronounced dead at 4:33 p.m.
In a assertion, Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler called the war especially suffering and said that it is yet in the to the fore stages of the examine.
No added details were hastily easily reached.
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