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Texas summer heat.The Houston-area mother had been running errands with her son and eight-year-old daughter that day and was in a rush to set up her daughter’s party when she got home, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez told CNN affiliate KTRK.

Ontario father whose 3 children were killed by drunk driver in 2015 dies by suicide The mother and daughter exited the vehicle and didn’t notice they had left the five-year-old still strapped into his car seat in the back.“Between maybe two to three hours, the mom noticed that the other five-year-old (was) nowhere to be found,” Sheriff Gonzalez told NBC affiliate KPRC. “She began calling for him, but no answer.

She frantically ran outside and discovered the five-year-old still buckled in his car seat.”The mother found her son unresponsive and immediately called 911.

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