torrance; south vermont avenue | San Diego Injury Accident Lawyer Blog
A 2-year old girl died on Monday, September 23, 2019, close to Torrance, CA due to possibly being left inside a hot car for as long as 5 hours. The child was reportedly left inside a car parked on the 22400 block of South Vermont Avenue, in an unincorporated area of the county close to Torrance. When the little girl was found inside the car, she was not responsive. The little girl was taken to a hospital where she died. The little girl had apparent burns on her face, chest, and arms. Her body temperature was reportedly 107.5 degrees when she was found inside a car, unresponsive. The cause of the death of the girl was being investigated.
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