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    ANOTHER..Child dies in a hot car! WTF?

     

    .Ok folks.....I've had enough. …I’m now calling for the death penalty.
    With every story of a child dying in a hot car I get more aggravated and disgusted.
    There is NO EXCUSE WHATSOEVER for leaving your child in a car to die. Ugggg….Why not the Death penalty in these cases?….The child is dead.  These children are gone for one reason and one reason only. The negligence of their parents! My sympathy is solely with the children who lost their lives.
    Here's the story;
    The death of a 10-month-old girl left in a hot car in Wichita, Kanas -- the latest in a string of hot-car child deaths in the United States -- triggered the quick arrest of the girl's fosterher and on Friday prompted state officials to launch home inspections of adoptive and foster families.

     

    The foster father told police he picked up with child from a babysitter about 4 p.m. Thursday, drove home and forgot the child was in the back seat, according to Lt. Todd Ojile of the Wichita Police Department.

     

    Investigators say the girl was locked in the car with the windows up for some two-and-a-half hours. Temperatures in the Wichita area reached the low 90s on Thursday.

     

    The foster father was in the process of adopting the girl with his partner, according to police. "Both were extremely upset," Ojile said.

     

    Ojile says the couple's other children have been removed from the home as the investigation continues. The couple are the adoptive parents of two children and are foster parents to four others with ages ranging from 3 to 18 years old, he said.

     

    On Friday, Kansas Department for Children and Families Secretary Phyllis Gilmore ordered immediate home inspections for all adoptive and foster families associated with the agency that approved the couple for foster care.

     

    The 29-year-old foster father, whose name was not released by police, was booked on an aggravated endangerment charge but has not been formally charged. Ojile said the district attorney could file charges as early as next week.

     

    So far in 2014, according to statistics compiled by the Department of Geosciences at San Francisco State University, there have been at least 18 heatstroke deaths of children left in vehicles. In one highly publicized case, a Georgia father remains in jail awaiting trial on murder and child cruelty charges in the death of his toddler son, who was left in the father's SUV for seven hours.

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