Police Found Twin Babies Dead Inside a Hot Car

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Police Said They Found Twin Babies Dead Inside a Hot Car!

Two 11-month-old babies were found dead inside a hot car in New York on Friday afternoon. Twin babies’ father had forgotten about his babies & let them in the backseat to go work two blocks away, police said in a report.

The father of two baby twins, identified as 38-year-old man, who worked the full day before going back to his car in Bronx. He then realized he had left his 11-month-old girl and boy inside the car for the entire day.

The man from this devastating moment, called 911 at 4:08 P.M. Sgt. O’Donnell said, but both of the babies were pronounced dead on the scene.

According to Sgt. O’Donnell twin babies father worked at James J. Peters VA Medical Center — Was taken to the local police station, where he is being questioned by the authorities.

During the day of the incident, Temperatures were in mid ’80s in the Bronx, according to the local meteorologists. However, during this type of weather, temperatures inside a locked car with fully closed windows can easily exceed over 100+ degrees, according to the study done by the University of San Francisco.

According to the new study released by No Heath Stroke, an Organization that strictly tracks the number of children left inside hot cars every year that causes death. This year so far, 21 children have died just in United States due to similar conditions.

This organization has also found that nearly 800 children who have died from heatstroke inside the hoot cars, the majority of them who were about 54% were also forgotten in the vehicle by their caregiver.