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10-Month-Old Foster Child Left in Hot Car Dies in Wichita

Foster Child Car Wichita
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Foster parents booked on a charge of child endangerment

A 10-month-old foster child died in Wichita, Kansas, after being left inside a hot car for two hours on a 90-degree day, police said Friday.

The foster parents, two men ages 26 and 29, were questioned and the older one, Seth Michael Jackson, was booked on a charge of child endangerment while the investigation in the Thursday evening tragedy continues.

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