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Florida Mom says it’s ‘too hot’ in Squad car After Arrest for Allegedly Leaving child in hot Car

USA, Florida, a woman is facing charges because she left her child in a hot car and she told the police “it was hot” when she was put into the back of the police mobile, stated in the report.

Last week, Police were called to a Dollar General store in Soth Dayton after receiving the report of a child left in a vehicle.

According to police, they found a 5-year-old child sitting in a locked Hyundai alone with the front driver’s side window and passenger side windows rolled up. The car was parked without any shade in direct sunlight, police said.

The child appeared upset and was sweating profusely, police said.

Walker told police “She wasn’t in the car for two hours, it was like, 12 minutes” as she walked out of the store, but her boy had wanted to stay in the car.

“Don’t get all huffy and puffy because I’m not going to feel bad for you. I don’t care,” the firefighter said.

The child was left for about 20 minutes, as he was crying and screaming, the witness told police who called 911.

According to a store manager, the police Walker has been walking around the store for about 30 minutes.

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Surveillance video showed Walker in the store for about 30 minutes with her 3-year-old daughter.

Her son was lucky to be alive, the firefighter told Walker.

The firefighter said, “We get cases and cases where, 10, 15 minutes the kid is dead,”.

The temperature of the vehicle checked by the South Daytona Fire Department and it was 107 degrees.

The boy was checked and he was Ok.

Police said while she was being driven to jail, Walker told officers to put on the air conditioning because it was “too hot.”

Lt. Dan Dietrich said, “She was complaining that the back seat of our patrol car was too hot on her way to the jail, and asked the officer to turn the AC up,”.