Kids Left In Hot Car Show Signs Of Improvement
Posted July 22, 2003
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — There are signs of improvement for two Cumberland County children who were left in a sweltering car.
More than a week after being trapped in the car, 4-month-old Nataliya Pratt is listed in good condition. Her 1-year-old brother, Jaquon Pratt, is also listed in good condition.
Their 2-year-old brother, Kenneth Pratt, died of heatstroke.
Fayetteville police charged their mother with involuntary manslaughter and child abuse.