A babysitter in her 40s who left a 10-month-old baby to die in a car in Florida, USA, was arrested by police.
According to the Baker County Sheriff’s Office in Florida on the 21st (local time), police arrested Rhonda Jewell (46) on charges of aggravated manslaughter of her child and detained her in a detention center.카지노According to the Baker County Sheriff’s Office in Florida on the 21st (local time), police arrested Rhonda Jewell (46) on charges of aggravated manslaughter of her child and detained her in a detention center.
Jewell brought her 10-month-old infant from her home in McLeney, a small town in Northeast Florida, around 8 am on the 19th.
He was taking care of not only this baby, but also the children of other houses. On the day of the incident, he brought the baby and left it in the car and went to another house to work.
Eventually, the baby was left unattended, and it was only when the baby’s mother came to pick it up about five hours later, around 1:00 p.m., that Jewell realized that she had left the baby in her car. Jewel rushed to her car and transported the baby to a nearby hospital, but she could not open her eyes.
At the time, the highest temperature in the area rose to 36 degrees. Experts said that even if the outside temperature is in the low 30s, the temperature inside a car without air conditioning can rise by more than 50 degrees.
Fox News reported that the crash was the 14th death in the United States this year after a child was left in a hot car.