Florida boy dies after being found trapped in his dad's hot auto

Vincent Carr
July 17, 2017

Khayden Saint Sauveur may have been trapped in the vehicle for hours outside his home before his family found him, Delray Beach police said.

Police said one adult was home at the time Khayden is believed to have wandered outside to the driveway and opened the vehicle door on his own.

A Florida boy who was supposed to turn 2-years-old in August died after he was found trapped in his father's hot auto Saturday, police said.

They found Khayden unconscious before he was taken to Bethesda Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said. It was unclear how the child got into the vehicle, but he likely got in through the front door, she said. He was a month shy of his second birthday. Neighbors said he was a happy child.

Action Saint Saveur "is not feeling well at all", his brother said.

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Despite an ongoing investigation, Moschella said the incident appears to be an accident.

Temperatures in the Delray Beach area reportedly touched 90C in the shade on Saturday.

Experts say that children's body temperature rises up to five times faster than adults.

Police received an emergency call at 3:18 p.m. and officers responded to 5041 NW 5th Street in Rainberry Woods to investigate.

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. He described the child as being full of energy and said his parents treated the toddler well.

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