A Seven-Month Old Left in the Car & Died, the Father is Charged

Hello, are you F***KING kidding me, and, H-O-W MANY times must this similar sorts of SHIT happen anyways???  Last time it was here, in the R.O.C., and this time, it’s in the U.S. of A, from NBCNEWS.com…

The 25-year-old father called 911 to say he realized he had left his son in the car, and when he went to get him, he wasn’t breathing

A 7-month-old baby left for 30 minutes in a car where the temperature had reached119 degrees died Wednesday, and his father was arrested, a police source said.

The 25-year-old dad, Devon Fenner, returned to his Hempstead home on Long Island after taking his girlfriend to work and dropping off two other kids, a 7-year-old son and 4-year-old girl, at day camp. He parked and went inside.

Police say he called 911 at about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to report he had accidentally left the baby in the car, and when he went to get the boy, he wasn’t breathing.

The baby was pronounced dead an hour later at the hospital.

The child was in his car seat behind the driver’s seat. All the windows were closed, except for the driver’s, which was cracked open about 2 inches, the source said.

The temperature inside the car about half an hour after the baby was removed was 119 degrees.

Fenner was charged with criminally negligent homicide.

So, could this have been prevented???  SURE, if you were PAYING attention!!!  Hello, hello, hello???  Anybody should HAVE the common sense, seeing how H-O-T the temperatures are still rising everywhere, to NOT leave a child, unattended inside an OVEN, after all, that, would be W-H-A-T a steel-covered vehicle feels like say???  After TEN minutes of roasting in the scorching weather.  That just tells you, that you NEED to take your babies with you, when you get OFF the car, and don’t think, oh, I’ll only be gone for no more than FIVE seconds, because bad things happen quicker than those five MEASLY seconds that you are gone…


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