Recently adopted girl dies after father leaves her in hot auto

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The identity of a one-year-old girl who died after being left in a auto all day in blistering 89 degree heat has been revealed.

The girl's mother is reported to have found the baby in the vehicle seat in the pickup truck, outside their home, ABC reports.

The child's adoptive mother found her outside the couple's Nashville home. The child was then rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

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Police say that an investigation into the incident is ongoing.

A 1-year-old girl in Tennessee died after being left inside a hot pickup truck all day Wednesday, police said. Police said that as she pulled into the driveway at the home on Virginia Avenue, she dialed 911.

'She was pronounced deceased upon arrival at Vanderbilt Hospital.

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According to NewsChannel5, Wednesday's high was 89 degrees, so "the interior of the truck could've easily reached between 130-170 degrees". The station reported that the child had celebrated her first birthday days earlier. There, the staff told her that Katera didn't come to the centre that day.

The adoptive father "forgot about the child" after dropping off the girl's sibling at day care, according to police. His wife left for work in her own vehicle.

No charges are being filed at this time, police said.

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