Fayetteville Kids Left In Hot Car Remain In Hospital
Posted August 7, 2003
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Two children are still in a hospital nearly a month after being left in a hot car.
Kenneth Pratt, 2, died from heatstroke. Nataliya and Jaquon Pratt are still in the hospital in good condition.
Because of the high temperatures in the car, detectives say doctors are still testing the children to see if they have brain damage.
Natasha Pratt, the kids' mother, is out of jail on bond with a judge's order not to have contact with children under age 16.