The three-year-old boy is found dead in his car seat after his university professor forgot to drop him off at childcare and suffered a few hours in a hot vehicle & # 39; on the campus in Indiana
- Oliver Dill was found Tuesday afternoon by his father, Dr. Andrew Dill, to be unresponsive
- The three-year-old boy was left in a hot vehicle earlier that morning
- The child was expected to attend childcare at the University of South Indiana
- But the authorities said his father, who is a university professor, forgot
- Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding said no arrests were made
Oliver Dill was found to be unresponsive by his father, Dr. Andrew Dill (photo), after being left in a hot car in a hot car on the University of Southern Indiana campus for several hours on Tuesday
A three-year-old boy was found dead Tuesday in a hot car on the campus of the University of Southern Indiana after his father was allegedly forgotten to drop him off at daycare.
The deputies of the Vanderburgh County Sheriff said that Oliver Dill did not respond to his father, Dr. Andrew Dill, after being left in a hot car for several hours.
Delegates responded Tuesday afternoon to the father's call at 9:45 am and tried to take life-saving measures against Oliver, who was later declared dead on the spot.
The authorities said that Dill, who is an assistant professor of accounting at the USI, forgot to drop Oliver off early in the morning at the Children's Learning Center on campus.
When Dill picked up his son, he realized that Oliver was still sitting in his chair.
Temperatures reached almost 90 degrees Fahrenheit, so the temperature in the vehicle was between 104 and 119F between Tuesday morning and Tuesday.
USI president, Ronald S. Rochon, made a statement after Oliver's death.
& # 39; The Children & # 39; s Learning Center (CLC) will be closed tomorrow July 10 and we will assess whether it can be reopened later in the week.
& # 39; We understand that this will be uncomfortable for parents who need childcare, but our thoughts now are to support those who are deeply affected by this tragedy and who will need some time to process their grief for the children who they provide best support & # 39; Rochon wrote.
& # 39; Our deepest condolences go to the family of this young child. This is a loss that no parent should tolerate.
& # 39; If you have a child in your life, please hug them firmly and remember that advisory services are available if you need them, & he added.
Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding said no arrests are being made at this time.
The authorities will submit the file to the public prosecutor of Vanderburgh County for a final investigation.
Delegates responded to the father's call at 9:45 am on Tuesday afternoon and tried to take life-saving measures against Oliver, who was later declared dead on the spot (photo)
The authorities said that Dill, who is an assistant professor of accounting at the USI, forgot to drop Oliver off early in the morning at the Children's Learning Center (photo) on campus.
USI president, Ronald S. Rochon, issued this statement after Oliver's death
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