Miami-is arrested the police arrested today Emily Bird, the mother of a minor of 17 months last July died of a heatstroke after being left inside a car for more than eight hours local media reported today. The woman, 34 years old, was arrested on charges of aggravated murder, by a fact occurred on July 13 in Pembroke Pines, Northwest of Miami, when he told the authorities that forgot his son Eli inside the vehicle, on a day in which temperatures lle Garon to more than 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
The child identified as Eli died from heatstroke in the car. Photo: AFP the police report advises women stated that it thought that that day had left her son in the nursery, but then discovered that it left him in the car.
Police said the day’s events women erred in not calling the 911 emergency phone and instead opted to return to work, in a medical office. Florida authorities insist again and again the importance that adults extreme precautions and recommend tricks like leave something of value or great everyday with the baby to attract attention if you forget. According to the statistics of the Department of meteorology and climate science from San Jose State University, a total of 39 children died in 2016 in cars in the U.S. because of heatstroke, while in 2015 were 25.Desde 1998, in United States have more 700 children inside the car who died of heatstroke. Florida recorded between 1998 and 2016 a total of 77 children killed by a heat stroke suffered inside a vehicle, behind only Texas, with 107 deceased under 18 years of age.
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