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A Houston Baby Of Three Months Passes Away After Being Abandoned In A Car

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This week in Houston, a 3-month-old infant perished after being abandoned inside a warm automobile, according to officials. According to the Houston Police Department, the specific circumstances surrounding the tragedy are being looked into, and the medical examiner’s office is still working to determine the infant’s cause of death.

What Happened?

A 3-month-old boy was found unresponsive at a Houston house where authorities were called shortly before 3:30 on Tuesday, according to Houston Police Assistant Chief Yasar Bashir. A nearby hospital declared the infant dead.

Bashir told reporters, “We learned, very sadly, that the child was left unattended in a vehicle.”

The Houston Police Department’s homicide detectives are working on the case. During his remarks at the press conference, Bashir revealed that detectives had traveled back to the crime scene from the hospital to speak with witnesses. According to Bashir, the kid’s mother and father, who were not present when the baby was discovered, had arrived at that point and were cooperating with the police. A 4-year-old youngster was with the mother, he claimed.

Infant Death Termed As Avoidable


Source: cbs news

According to Bashir, any prospective charges hinge on the results of the investigation and autopsy report. However, the assistant chief referred to the infant’s passing as “avoidable” and emphasized how risky it is to leave a child alone in a car, particularly in Houston’s summer heat.

We occasionally experience occurrences like this, which shouldn’t happen. In particular in the summer,” he continued. “A child should never be left alone, and there should never be a youngster under the age of one killed in the city. I think you can avoid that.”

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 40 kids in the United States pass away from heatstroke each year after being abandoned or trapped in a car. That amounts to almost one death every ten days.

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