For the second time this month, authorities found another baby dead inside a hot vehicle in Phoenix. Fortune said the auto had been elsewhere before the father drove to the church, Baby had not been in the church parking lot for hours.
No arrests had been made as of Saturday night, Fortune said.
On Saturday afternoon, Phoenix firefighters were called to a church parking lot 28th Street and Broadway Road for a report of an infant left in a hot vehicle. The baby, who has been identified as Josiah Riggins, was pronounced dead at the scene.
"You feel like it's something that could happen to anybody", Zettica Mitchell, a family of the 1-year-old said.
Temperatures in Phoenix can frequently surpass 100 degrees during the summer.
She said she didn't know where the vehicle had been or why it had ended up at the church.
"How could this happen to good people and a good boy", the child's aunt, Michelle Anderson, told the Arizona Republic as she wiped away tears.
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On Friday, 7-month-old Zane Endress died after he had been left in the northeast part of the city for four hours, Fortune said.
Police said the infant had been left in the care of his grandparents.
The boy's death Friday was the first hot vehicle death in Maricopa County this summer.
Authorities say the child was unresponsive and not breathing.
Since that time, the highest number of deaths per year was in 2010, with 49 deaths.
Fortune reminded parents to check the back seats of their cars for children.