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A 1-year-old girl died Monday after being left in a hot van at a daycare center, and her parents want someone held accountable.
An autopsy report released Wednesday night shows two young sisters left alone inside a hot car in Wake County last August died from hyperthermia.
An autopsy report released Wednesday shows two young sisters found dead inside a car in Wake County died from hyperthermia.
Brett Knese, WRAL reporter
North Carolina authorities are continuing to raise awareness about hot cars a month after a 1-year-old girl was killed in the heat in Mebane. 10 children have already died this year in hot cars.
North Carolina has been hit hard by rising temperatures lately; this year alone the state has had 43 days of temperatures higher than 90.
Lora Lavigne & Keenan Willard, WRAL reporters
Every year -- on average-- 38 children die from heat stroke after being left in a hot car.
Around 38 children die every year after being left in a hot car, according to the Kids and Car Safety organization. It's a tragedy that doesn't have to happen.
A Fayetteville firefighter has been charged with manslaughter after police found his 17-month-old child dead in a hot car.
Even on days with milder temperatures, the inside of vehicles can reach dangerous temperatures in a short time.
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor, and Kathy Hanrahan, WRAL lifestyle editor
A Fayetteville father was charged Tuesday with involuntary manslaughter of his 17-month-old son, who was left inside a hot car earlier this month.
Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter
The High Point Police Department has made an arrest and charged a woman after the death of a cerebral palsy patient earlier this month.
The Phoenix police department released bodycam video of a recent rescue of two small children locked in a hot car. The temperature inside the car had reached 102 degrees.
Already this year, five children in the United States have died after being left in hot cars.
Already this year, five children in the United States have died after being left in hot cars. The victims include two children from North Carolina -- a two-year-old last week in Gason County and a five-month-old girl in Iredell County.
Monica Laliberte, WRAL executive producer/5 On Your Side reporter
As the temperature soars into the 90s, safety experts are reminding parents not to leave their kids in their cars -- even just for a minute.
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor
A young inventor from Wilson just won a national contest - with a big grand prize.
Rick Armstrong, WRAL multimedia journalist
The Wake County Sheriff's Office has found and charged a woman after a viral video showed her child unattended in a hot car.
Jason O. Boyd, WRAL.com editor
There is outrage on social media and an investigation is being conducted by the Wake County Sheriff's Office after a video shows a baby left alone in a car.
Kasey Cunningham, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Kasey Cunningham spoke with the man who shot a video of a baby left in a hot car. It's prompted an investigation by the Wake County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities were called to the McMullen Creek shopping center in Pineville around 5 on Thursday after getting a frantic 911 call from the mother of a 1-year-old who died while in a hot vehicle.
Police body camera video shows a rescue that happened after a mother realizes she locked her child in her vehicle.
A 6-year-old boy is OK after he was left on a hot bus for about 40 minutes Tuesday in Wilmington, his mother said.
The coffins were too large for Luna and Phoenix's bodies. The 1-year-old twins died of heatstroke in the Bronx last Friday after their father, Juan Rodriguez, forgot to drop them off at day care and left them in his car as he completed a full shift of work.
Andrea Salcedo, New York Times
The wide variation in charges in hot car deaths highlight the complex and fraught nature of the decisions confronting prosecutors, who must decide whether to indict grieving parents who said they simply had forgotten that they had left a young child in a hot car.
Sharon Otterman, New York Times