Three month old dies after & # 39; tired & # 39; mother took a nap and FORGET she left daughter in sizzling hot car

Three month old dies after her & # 39; tired & # 39; mother took a nap and EXPECTED that she had left her daughter in a sizzling hot car

  • Butler County Sheriff & # 39; s Office in Kansas received an emergency call on Saturday
  • Woman, 44, called authorities around 4:30 pm after finding a daughter in the car
  • She told the researchers that she had returned from the baby shower at 12.30
  • The 44-year-old mother of six says she was tired and went home for a nap
  • Authorities must still disclose the name of the victim or the mother during their investigation

A three-month-old young girl died after being forgotten in the backseat of a sizzling hot car by her mother going in to take a nap.

Researchers at the Sheriff office in Butler County received an emergency call on Saturday at 4:30 PM.

A 44-year-old mother from rural Butler County called for help after finding that her three-month-old daughter was not breathing in the back seat of her car.

She told the investigators that she had returned home from a baby shower with her daughter around 12.30, according to KAKE TV.

& # 39; She noticed she was very tired, & # 39; said Butler County Sheriff Kelly Restore.

Butler County Sheriff Kelly Herzet (above) says the mother of six children told the investigators that she had forgotten her three-month-old daughter in the back seat of her car on the hot day in Kansas on Saturday

Butler County Sheriff Kelly Herzet (above) says the mother of six children told the investigators that she had forgotten her three-month-old daughter in the back seat of her car on the hot day in Kansas on Saturday

According to the authorities, the woman was tired and wanted to go home to take a nap after she and her daughter came home after a baby shower. The image above shows a Butler County Sheriff & # 39; s Office vehicle

According to the authorities, the woman was tired and wanted to go home to take a nap after she and her daughter came home after a baby shower. The image above shows a Butler County Sheriff & # 39; s Office vehicle

According to the authorities, the woman was tired and wanted to go home to take a nap after she and her daughter came home after a baby shower. The image above shows a Butler County Sheriff & # 39; s Office vehicle

& # 39; She had been on something the whole night before. I don't know if it was with children or why, but she felt she needed a nap.

& # 39; She lay down at around 12.30 pm and slept until about 4 am & # 39 ;.

Herzet added: & # 39; It's a tragedy.

& # 39; A three-month child who dies, whether in the hands of a perpetrator or in a car, is still a child. & # 39;

Neither the victim nor the mother are identified.

The mother is a married woman with six children, five of whom have been adopted.

The ages of the children range from three months to 13 years old.

According to the non-profit KidsandCars.org, 11 children have died of heat stroke this year. Last year there were 52 such deaths. The image above is a stock photograph showing a woman fastening a child seat belt

According to the non-profit KidsandCars.org, 11 children have died of heat stroke this year. Last year there were 52 such deaths. The image above is a stock photograph showing a woman fastening a child seat belt

According to the non-profit KidsandCars.org, 11 children have died of heat stroke this year. Last year there were 52 such deaths. The image above is a stock photograph showing a woman fastening a child seat belt

& # 39; It seems like a very good family, very good-natured, has taken very good care of their children, & # 39; said Herzet.

& # 39; As I said, it has been a very tragic event that took place there. & # 39;

Authorities will perform an autopsy on the little girl.

According to the non-profit KidsandCars.org, 11 children have died of heat stroke this year.

Last year there were 52 such deaths.

On average, 38 children die each year from the heat stroke.

KidsandCars urges parents to place their wallets or wallets next to their children in the back seat to reduce the risk of forgetting they were there.

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