Baby that was inside hot car in Indiana dies

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A baby has died after being in a hot car in Indiana, according to WXIN, citing Indianapolis Metropolitan police.

Officers and emergency response crews were called to an auto parts store in Indianapolis at about 4:45 p.m. Saturday.

Police say the baby was in the car with its mother while another person went inside the store.

The baby was rushed to Riley Hospital for Children, but died, according to officials.

Investigators are going through the car while detectives are talking to the baby’s mother.

The Marion County Coroner will make a determination on the exact cause of death.

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