Phoenix infant dies in hot auto _ second such death in city

7-month-old boy found dead in hot car

Police also said the baby was unresponsive when the father reached the church, meaning the baby was left in the vehicle to this.

The father had apparently left the child unattended for at least two hours at the family's home in nearby Mesa before driving to the church, Fortune said.

The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made at the time.

An infant in Phoenix has died after being left in a hot vehicle, one day after a baby boy died under similar circumstances. The child, who was under his parents' care, was pronounced dead by fire department personnel.

Authorities say a 7-month-old boy has died after being left alone in a hot auto in a northeast Phoenix neighborhood in triple-digit conditions.

These two are the first cases of a child dying in a hot vehicle in Maricopa County this year.

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Temperatures in Phoenix reached a high of 100 degrees on Friday afternoon, and 102 degrees on Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather service.

She said, she had come to the church to support the family and mentioned hearing about the other baby that had died similarly on Friday.

That baby has been identified as Zane Endress.

Fortune said investigators were still interviewing the parents to determine exactly what happened. "It's the death of a child". There was at least one death a year ago.

Phoenix police said he was in the care of his grandparents at the time.

Zettica Mitchell, who told the Arizona Republic she is a cousin of the baby's father, called the death "shocking, devastating, just sad".