RICHMOND, Va. — A baby girl left in a hot car died Tuesday afternoon in Richmond, Crime Insider sources told Jon Burkett, according to WTVR. The child, believed to be a 10-months old, was left in the SUV while the adult she was with went grocery shopping, those sources told Burkett.
Brenda Watts Kelley: This is really a sad tragedy and happening alot. Are these parents for real? How would they even think that leaving their child in a scorching hot vehicle is ok? Really? Something terrible is definitely going on in their brains..Rest in heavenly PARADISE little one...
Gypsy Queen: Just awful! Bet she didn't forget that phone!
Lee Costa: I get so tired of people being pro occupied and irresponsible, they put the child in the car how the hell do you forget, when my babies were that age I would always be talking to them and would never be on the phone no matter what, I would call back when my child was taken out of the car where I could see him. my child came first and he would be shopping with me, calls last, not saying she was, but to forget your child unacceptable, she'll have this on her conscience for the rest of her or his life.
Nino Forbes: There is no just reguard for life period:****and no justification of ACTIONS😞
Nancy Wilson: my heart breaks for these children today...I've never seen such negligence!! Rest in peace sweet baby girl❤