5-Year-Old Abandoned On Daycare Bus
Father Finds Son Alone in Hot Daycare Bus
According to KEYE News, a family claims their five-year-old son, Om Dave, was abandoned in a hot daycare bus for three hours Friday evening. When the Om’s father went to pick him up from Xplor daycare after work, he was horrified that no one knew where his son was.
After 15 minutes of searching, the daycare staff found the boy alone in the bus.
The little boy says that when he saw that the bus was empty he tried to open the doors and kick the windows but could not get out. The 5-year-old’s father says Om either fell asleep or passed out from heat exhaustion.
Om's parents have filed a report with the police and are pulling him out of Xplor daycare.
Vehicular Heat Stroke Facts
The following information was provided by kidsandcars.com:
- Even if a vehicle has its windows cracked, the temperature inside a car can escalate to more than 125 degrees within minutes. 80-percent of the temperature increase will occur within the first 10 minutes.
- A child’s body overheats 3-5 times faster than adults. Instances of child heatstroke have occurred in cares in temperatures as low as 60 degrees.
- In 50-percent of child vehicular heatstroke deaths, the child’s guardian unknowingly left them in the vehicle.
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