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Baby Recovering After Being Left in 140 Degree Car

Baby Recovering After Being Left in 140 Degree Car

Posted - Aug. 10, 2004 at 11:44 a.m.



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(KSL News) -- A five month old baby is recovering after being left in a car with temperatures soaring above 140 degrees.

American Fork police say the infant's mother went into a meeting at a house on Sunday, but forgot the baby was in the car.

When emergency crews arrived, the car temperature had reach over 140 degrees.

The baby was semi-conscious and breathing, and was taken to Primary Children's Medical Center in critical condition. Her condition has now been upgraded to stable condition.

No word on whether the mother will face any charges.

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