Temperature inside the auto reportedly soared to 65 degrees Celsius in the hot summer day.
Khayden died one month shy of his second birthday, according to the Sun-Sentinel. He was pronounced dead a short time later.
"It's tragic", Carly told the newspaper.
"Detectives are investigating to try to determine exactly what happened that led the child being left inside a hot unlocked vehicle", Dani Moschella, spokesperson for Delray Beach police, said.
'He was such an active kid.
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A Florida family is distraught after a 1-year-old boy playing with friends died in a parked auto Saturday and police want to know how it happened.
Experts say a child's body temperature rises up to five times faster than adults. "If they're sitting in the driveway, hide the keys".
"Death investigation continues", police said in a Tweet on Sunday.
A auto in the July heat can reach temperatures up to 150 degrees, police said. Anderson Exantus, 19, is a neighbor and said he would see Khayden playing outside with his mom and siblings.
Because the front doors were unlocked, officers were able to open the door and pull him out of the vehicle.
Family say the devastated dad has been hit very hard by the tragedy. "He had lots of energy".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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