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Heartless Father! How careless is that? 2-year-old left in car for 8 hours, dead from heat, will now eat prison air



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In the United States, a negligent father left his 2-year-old child in the car for 8 hours.
The child died from the heat, the temperature in the car can reach up to 50 degrees Celsius.
Heat-related deaths in a car are said to be rare in the month of February.

New Delhi. A heartbreaking incident comes from America. Here, a two-year-old child left in a car died due to extreme heat (Child Died in Car). The incident happened on February 27 in Atmore, Alabama. Regarding this incident, the Advocacy Group said it was the first hot car death of the year 2023 in America. The child’s father, Sean Rounceval, 51, has been charged with negligent homicide.

According to the USA Today report, heat-related deaths in the car are said to be rare in the month of February. Since 1998, only six such cases have been reported in February. Describing the incident, police said the child was left in the car for eight hours instead of being dropped off by the father at daycare. Police say Rounceval was arrested after Atmore Community Hospital contacted police. Shortly after being taken to hospital, doctors pronounced the child dead.

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The National Weather Service in the United States said the temperature in Atmore was 80°F (26.6°C). But said that inside a hot car, the temperature can reach 123 degrees Fahrenheit (50 degrees Celsius) in just over an hour. The website explained: “When the body’s core temperature reaches 107 degrees or more, cells are damaged and internal organs begin to shut down. This sequence can result in a quick death.

An advocacy group in the United States says 38 children die each year in burning cars across the country. Statistics also show that since 1990, more than 1,052 children have died in burning cars. At the same time, at least 7,300 survived with different types of injuries.

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