In a disturbing case of role reversal, a Washington, D.C. woman was arrested Tuesday for leaving her disabled mother in a hot car. Temperatures that day were reportedly soared to over 95 degrees.
Evidence in the case against a Georgia father in the death of his 22-month-old son, left to die in a hot car last month, begins to portray a man, who didn’t want to be a father anymore. Justin Ross Harris is charged with the murder his son. Soon investigators may be examining any role Cooper’s mother may have had in his death.
Every summer, one particularly tragic type of story makes its way into headlines across the country: children left in hot cars. Some are rescued in time, while others unfortunately don’t make it.
Here’s one you don’t see every day: A guest at a hotel called animal control on two animal rescue workers, who left their charges, four puppies, crated in their hot van.
‘Tis the season, unfortunately, for leaving children inside hot cars. A Philadelphia dad was arrested for allegedly leaving his toddler son in a parked vehicle while he went to gamble at Parx casino in Bensalem.