Newly adopted 1-year-old dies after being left in hot truck

Aaron Brown
May 25, 2018

He returned to his home in the East Nashville area about a half hour later and left a few minutes after that via a ride-share service for Nashville International Airport, where he flew out on a business trip.

According to WSMV, temperatures were in the 80s in Nashville on Wednesday.

Cynthia Marie Randolph initially told cops the two babies had "taken off" and she couldn't find them, before later admitting that she had left them in to "teach them a lesson", believing they would be able to get out if it got too hot.

A baby girl has died after being left in a vehicle in sweltering heat because her father "forgot about her".

Paramedics rushed the child to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Police say the investigation is ongoing. No charges have been filed, police said. There have been 30 children who have died since 1990.

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A one-year-old girl reportedly died after she was left all day inside a pickup truck at her family's home.

She found the child around 5:40pm in a auto seat inside the pickup truck parked outside their home.

Police said the toddler was pronounced dead upon arrival at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

The girl's adoptive father reportedly forgot that the girl was left in the auto at the East Nashville home after dropping her sibling at a daycare centre. It is unclear how long the infant stayed inside the truck.

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