Boy trapped inside hot BMW for 2 hours in Florida dies

Boy trapped inside hot BMW for 2 hours in Florida dies

Boy trapped inside hot BMW for 2 hours in Florida dies

Delray Beach Police suspect that Saveur was trapped in the vehicle for two hours.

A Florida family is grieving after a one-year-old boy died in a parked auto on Saturday.

Police found Khayden unconscious when they arrived at the scene and administered CPR.

The child's uncle, Carly Saint Saveur, claimed the auto was parked in the driveway with a dead battery.

'[He] is not feeling well at all, ' Carly Saint Saveur said of his brother. The National Weather Service reported that temperatures topped 90 degrees on the day in question.

Carly Saint Sauveur, the boy's uncle, told The Sun Sentinel the vehicle belonged to Khayden's father, Action Saint Sauveur, and that it was parked in the driveway with a dead battery.

Investigators said they are still examining evidence and have yet to reach a definitive conclusion. The tragic death happened in Florida and Delray Beach police are still investigating, but believe Khayden Saint Saveur's death was an accident.

A Florida family is distraught after a 1-year-old boy playing with friends died in a parked auto Saturday and police want to know how it happened.

On Saturday evening, family and friends lined their cars on the street. It was unclear how the child got into the auto, but he likely got in through the front door, she said. He described the child as being full of energy and said his parents treated the toddler well.