dglobalnews.com Hillsborough Boy Dies In Hot Car
Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
National | By Glenda Ortiz

Hillsborough Boy Dies In Hot Car

Hillsborough Boy Dies In Hot Car

Yet another child has died after being left in a hot vehicle all day.

Authorities say a 2-year-old boy died after his half-sister left him inside her sports utility vehicle while she worked in a day care center near Tampa. Little Jacob was then rushed to the hospital, where he later died.

The boy's half-sister, Fiorella Vanessa Silva-Tello, 21, drove with the toddler on her way to work at Best Friends for Kidz child care center in the 700 block of W. Lumsden Road in Brandon, according to Bay News 9.

Deputies said Silva-Tello was very upset.

Officials said the woman was distraught and brought the toddler into a nearby dialysis center seeking medical aid. The Hillsborough County Fire Rescue arrived on scene and transported the child to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead, the sheriff's office said.

The Hillsborough County State Attorney's office and the county medical examiner are investigating the death of a two-year-old boy yesterday.

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"We remind ourselves. We remind our family".

There's a sign on the daycare window at BFF Kids warning parents and other supervisors of children to "Look before you lock". The Sheriff's Office has not released the names of the boy's parents. Investigators will be reviewing prior history of the child, including all calls for service made to his home.

"In this case, a mother lost her 2-year-old son to her 21-year-old daughter and it's a terribly sad situation", the detective said.

Meteorologists with ABC's local affiliate WFTS said the temperature pushed 90 degrees Fahrenheit in Brandon on Tuesday.

He further noted investigators were trying to determine whether Manchego was enrolled at the day care or why he was in the auto in the first place. He says the investigation into Jacob's death will leave "no stone unturned"-and he wants the death to be a reminder of "what we should do when transporting our children".

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