How many American children have died in cars this summer?


Hot car deaths 2022: How many American children have died in cars this summer?

While the public has little sympathy for parents who leave their children in hot cars, experts say it can happen to anyone

A Pennsylvania father who left his 3-month-old baby in the family van while he was at work for six hours has been charged in the boy’s death as two other children become the 14th and 15th to die in cars hot in the United States. This year.

Khang Nguyen, 33, has been charged with manslaughter, child endangerment and reckless endangerment in the death of his son Kayden. He was ordered to be held in the Allegheny County Jail without bond, an unusual move in such cases where the majority of parents do not face criminal charges.

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