A Florida toddler has died after he was left inside a hot car for two hours, police said.
Khayden Saint Saveur – who would have turned 2 next month – was found unconscious about 3:20 p.m. Saturday inside a BMW parked outside a home in Delray Beach, according to cops.
Emergency responders rushed Khayden to Bethesda Memorial Hospital, but he could not be saved.
Detectives say the child had been outside playing with other kids and may have been in the hot car for hours before his family realized he was missing, police said in a tweet.
The boy’s uncle, Carly Saint Saveur, told the Sun Sentinel that the BMW belonged to the child’s father, Action Saint Saveur, who left the car in the driveway with a dead battery.
“It’s tragic,” Carly told the newspaper. “He was such an active kid. I don’t know why this happened.”
Referring to Khayden’s father, Carly said: “I’m scared for him,” adding that he is “not feeling well at all.”
There was one adult home at the time, a police spokesman told the Sun Sentinel.
Cops are investigating the death.