Mother went to work at the Mall, and in the evening realized that I had forgotten the year-old child in car: the baby died

Yesterday, 30 August, another tragedy with a child, forgotten in a closed car, has occurred in Pineville (state of NC).

The police said that a year-old child was found dead in a locked hot car in the Parking lot of the shopping center McMullen Creek Market on Pineville-Matthews Road.

According to officers, the boy was sitting in a child seat.

It is known that the boy’s mother worked at the store in the Mall. She realized that she left the child in the car when he left work. Distraught mother about 17 o’clock in the evening called 911.

Pinevile PD says a 12 month old boy has died after being left in a hot car at the McMullen Creek shopping center. Police say his mom works at the shopping center and realized the baby was in the car as she was leaving work. @wsoctv

— Erin Edwards (@ErinWSOC9) August 29, 2019

On Thursday, the Pineville police said the mother left her child in the car «for a long period of time.»

«The child tried to revive and was immediately taken to the hospital, but, unfortunately, there are doctors only verified death of the kid» — told in the police Department Pineville Lutheran does.

According to police, the mother was questioned, and it is fully «cooperated with the investigation».

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While no charges were filed, so the police not disclosed the names of the child’s mother.

«We will investigate and we will work closely over him in the coming days», — stated in the message of the police.

According to a nonprofit organization for the safety of children Kids and Cars, since the beginning of the year in the United States in hot car died 37 children, including two in North Carolina.

The first such tragedy in the state since the beginning of the year occurred on may 2 in Winston-Salem, where the car died on 9-month-old boy.