Plus two other similar stories, one that doesn't end well.
Top Story: A baby girl was rescued from roasting hot car in 90 degrees heat (inside the car could have been up to 120 degrees) as her parents lay passed out after 'taking heroin'. Eric Asher, 43, and his fiancé were in a car park in Canton, Ohio, when they noticed the parents lying on the ground and the baby girl sweating in the car. *WARNING* If you park and go inside a store for 30 minutes on a 90-degree day, you'll come back to a car that is over 120 degrees. After one hour, the average car is 43 degrees hotter than the outside temperature. After 90 minutes, the average temperature difference is 48 degrees.
Middle Story: A Florida woman is being praised by police and the community after saving the life of a baby boy, whom she found in the backseat of a hot car. Jessica Kaiser was walking past a black Nissan Rogue in a parking lot on Tuesday (last month) when she saw what she thought was a doll in the backseat, according to a police report. After looking a bit harder, she realized it was a baby sitting in the 93-degree heat with the windows rolled up, the report states. She opened the door, which was unlocked, and called 911.
Bottom Story: “Baby dies in hot car” mother explains why she left baby in hot car.