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Toddler in Florida dies after being left in hot vehicle
17 July 2017, 04:14 | Rufus Hill
Khayden Saint Sauveur 1,of Delray Beach died after being found trapped in a hot car on Saturday
A 1-year-old boy died after, police said, he spent hours in a hot vehicle in Delray Beach, leaving his family devastated.
According to CBS 12, Delray Beach police responded to a residence near Military Trail and Lake Ida Road around 3:20 p.m. First responders took the boy to Bethesda Hospital.
Police said young Khayden, who had just one month to go to his second birthday, may have wandered into the vehicle on his own.
In an interview, Carly Saint Saveur, the boy's uncle, said: "It's tragic". "He was a very happy child." said the neighbor. Police now want to know how this could happen.
Khayden was then rushed to Bethesda Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later. 'I'm scared for him'.
The Sun Sentinel reported the vehicle belonged to Khayden's father, Action Saint Sauveur, and that it was parked in the driveway with a dead battery. On the day of the boy's death, temperatures were around 90 degrees.
Investigators said they are still examining evidence and have yet to reach a definitive conclusion.
The toddler, who would have turned 2 on August 24., had been playing with other young family members and may have been in the auto for two hours before his family realized he was missing, Moschella said.
Police said that the inside of a auto parked outside in those conditions could climb to 150 degrees within a few minutes. Several cars were seen lining the street as groups of people stood outside. "He had lots of energy".
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