Toddler in Florida dies after being left in hot vehicle

Toddler in Florida dies after being left in hot vehicle

The toddler died Saturday after he became trapped for two hours inside a BMW parked outside a home in Delray Beach, police said. Police now want to know how this could happen.

Police arrived at the scene in the Rainberry Woods section of Delray Beach, a community that lies 50 miles north of Miami, at approximately 3.20pm on Saturday.

They found Khayden unconscious before he was taken to Bethesda Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said. "He doesn't have any time to live this life", a neighbor said.

Police said young Khayden, who had just one month to go to his second birthday, may have wandered into the vehicle on his own.

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Carly Saint Saveur told the Sun-Sentinel that the BMW belongs to his brother, Action Saint Saveur, who is the boy's father. He said the auto was in the driveway with a dead battery. 'I'm scared for him'. One adult was home at the time. Police said the doors to the auto were unlocked. Investigators are conducting an autopsy to determine his cause of death.

A Florida family is distraught after a 1-year-old boy playing with friends died in a parked auto Saturday and police want to know how it happened. "It's very, very sad", a neighbor said.

Numerous neighbors had been talking about his death, he said.

'He was always a jumpy little boy, ' Anderson Exantus, 19, said. He described the child as being full of energy and said his parents treated the toddler well.

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