Two day care workers are facing charges in the death of a little 3-year-old girl who was left in a hot van in Florida for four hours Friday.
A Florida day care van driver is facing charges in the death of a 3-year-old boy who was left in a sweltering hot van for 11 hours before being discovered.
The Florida day care center where a 3-year-old child was found dead after being left in a van for more than 11 hours has been shut down.
How is a child left in a day care van, going unnoticed and not missed for more than 11 hours? Authorities are still demanding answers, but as of now, an Orlando, Fla., day care van driver will face criminal charges after a child was found dead inside the vehicle at the end of an extremely hot summer day.
A Georgia mother is facing multiple charges after her 1-year-old daughter was found dead inside a car parked in an Emory Hospital parking deck. According to WSB-TV, Dijanelle Etta Fowler, 25, was charged with second-degree murder, concealing death and second-degree cruelty in the death of her child, Skylar.
A 5-year-old was found dead in a day care van at a children’s health clinic in West Memphis, Ark., after being left in the vehicle all day in the sweltering heat.
A Baltimore father was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a jury Tuesday after leaving his daughter in a hot car for 16 hours last year after a drinking binge, the Baltimore Sun reports.
The mother of a Mississippi infant who authorities say died after being left in a hot car while in the care of her father has signed an affidavit asking for all charges to be dropped, the Jackson, Miss., Clarion-Ledger reports.