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The baby died after leaving the hot van in Florida



The police responded to a call about an unresponsive baby at Ewing's Love and Hope Preschool and Academy around 1 p.m. The baby was found on a car seat inside the van.

The co-owner of Ewing's Love and Hope Preschool and Academy, Darryl Ewing, 56, was arrested on Wednesday night for child neglect.

Jacksonville Sheriff's Chief Crimes Assistant Officer Chief Brian Kee told CNN that preliminary information shows he was in the van from 8 am until the call came.

Temperature in the area reached at 92 degrees high on Wednesday, according to CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen.

Kee said the day care facility used the van to pick up some children in the morning, and the day care worker is responsible for ensuring that all children are not in the van.

According to the middle of the website, it is open in 2015 and there are after school care programs for nursing children in babies beginning in 6 weeks.

CNN called the facility. The person who replies is no comment.

The center cares about 14 children, and no one else is injured, Kee said.

On average, 38 children die each year in hot cars, according to the safety of the Kids and Cars organization. It's about a death every nine days. Last year, the dead were the highest recorded with 52 deaths. Between 1998 and 2018, Florida was the second highest death rate in 88, according to NoHeatStroke.org.

Death investigation continues. There is no information on prison records when Ewing is in court or if he has a lawyer.


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