Boy, 1, dies after being in hot auto in Fla

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 17, 2017

Dani Moschella, public information officer for Delray Beach Police, said the child was unconscious when officers arrived and discovered the front doors of the auto were unlocked.

"Death investigation continues", police said in a Tweet on Sunday.

Police in Delray Beach identified the boy as Khayden Saint Saveur.

A one-year-old boy died Saturday after he was trapped for two hours inside a BMW that was parked outside his family's home in Florida. It was unclear how the child got into the vehicle, but he likely got in through the front door, she said. He was declared dead in hospital a short while later.

"Was a very happy child", a neighbor said.

Khayden was just one month away from celebrating his second birthday. Carly Saint Saveur, the boy's uncle, said it is tragic and doesn't know how something like this could have happened.

A vehicle in the July heat can easily reach temperatures of up to 65C, police said. "If they're sitting in the driveway, hide the keys".

Carly Saint Sauveur, the boy's uncle, told The Sun Sentinel the auto belonged to Khayden's father, Action Saint Sauveur, and that it was parked in the driveway with a dead battery. Temperatures reached 90 degrees in Delray Beach on Saturday. He described the child as being full of energy and said his parents treated the toddler well.

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