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Twins, three-year-old girls were found dead in a car in the back yard of a house in Hinesville, Georgia, in a heat of over 90 degrees on Sunday, according to police

Three-year-old twin girls are found dead in a car parked in the back yard of a Georgia house that they visited in 92F heat as a police investigation to see if they died inside or outside the vehicle

  • A caller from 911 reported that two, three-year-old twin girls were found dead on Sunday afternoons in a car parked behind a house in Hinesville, Georgia
  • At the time of the horrible discovery, the temperature rose beyond 90 degrees Farenheit
  • Researchers descended the stage and tried to determine whether the young twins died inside or outside the vehicle
  • The twins did not live at home, but were visitors when they were found dead, the police said
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Twin, three-year-old girls were found dead in a car in the back yard of a Georgia home when the temperature was over 90 degrees Farenheit, according to researchers trying to determine whether the siblings died inside or outside the vehicle.

The twins were discovered in a vehicle parked in the back yard of a house in the 200 block of Augusta Way in Hinesville, around 1:45 PM. The police said Sunday.

The twins were identified by the police as Raelynn Keys and Payton Keys, both foster children, according to WTOC.

Twins, three-year-old girls were found dead in a car in the back yard of a house in Hinesville, Georgia, in a heat of over 90 degrees on Sunday, according to police

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Twins, three-year-old girls were found dead in a car in the back yard of a house in Hinesville, Georgia, in a heat of over 90 degrees on Sunday, according to police

The police (seen above) came to the house after a call from 911. Upon arrival at the house in the 200 block of Augusta Way, they found that the twins in the vehicle did not respond. They were declared dead by emergency services on the spot

The police (seen above) came to the house after a call from 911. Upon arrival at the house in the 200 block of Augusta Way, they found that the twins in the vehicle did not respond. They were declared dead by emergency services on the spot

The police (seen above) came to the house after a call from 911. Upon arrival at the house in the 200 block of Augusta Way, they found that the twins in the vehicle did not respond. They were declared dead by emergency services on the spot

The temperature at the time the twins were found was 92 degrees Fahrenheit, or 33 degrees Celsius. The young girls did not live at home, but were visiting at that time.

Police officers were called on site by a foster parent who was in charge of taking care of the young girls, Hinesville Police Capt said. Tracey Howard against WTOC.

“The foster parent for the children was the first person to call 911. Other members of the family, including the person living in that residence, were all actively looking for the two girls because it was initially discovered that they simply should not have been where they should have been, "Howard said.

When the police arrived, the twins did not respond in the vehicle. They were officially declared dead by emergency medical personnel who also arrived on site.

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Investigators would spend hours at the location interviewing witnesses, reports WSAV.

Detectives are trying to find out how the twins ended up in the car and whether the young girls died in the vehicle or outside, the police said.

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