Toddler dies after hours in hot vehicle parked outside Tampa day care

Toddler dies after hours in hot vehicle parked outside Tampa day care

Toddler dies after hours in hot vehicle parked outside Tampa day care

The boy had been left in the vehicle since Tuesday morning.

A Brandon family is facing the ultimate heartbreak: a 2-year-old boy is dead after being left in a hot SUV Tuesday.

The two-year-old was in critical condition while being transported to Brandon Regional Hospital, where he died late Tuesday afternoon.

At about 9:30 am, the victim's half sister Fiorella Vanessa Silva-Tello, 21, arrived for work at the BFF Kidz Child Care Center, 733 W Lumsden Road with Jacob.

Deputies said the boy's half sister was very upset.

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Two-year-old Jacob Manchego was left in the vehicle with the engine off and no air conditioning by his elder sibling, 21-year-old Fiorella Vanessa Silva-Tello. She took him to a nearby dialysis center, in hopes they could give medical aide. Medical personnel inside the facility attempted to render aid until fire rescue arrived.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said the incident occurred at 731 Lumsden Road West in Brandon.

"This is everyone's worst nightmare", said Larry McKinnon, spokesperson for the Hillsborough sheriff's office, according to NBC affiliate WFLA. Authorities were speaking to the 21-year-old woman as well as other witnesses.

"We remind ourselves. We remind our family".

The sheriff's office told the Tampa Bay Times the air-conditioning was not on inside Silva-Tello's SUV during the five hours Jacob was inside.

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That's when another auto drove up, Thomas said. "She was a good girl, honor roll student, full of life". She called herself a fashionista. "I want to go and pick out prom dresses for my baby".

"I try to take as many precautions as I can", says former day care father Nevaldo Anderson.

"That's all being examined right now and we're not going to leave any stone unturned", he said.

"Check the back seat, check your vehicles before you go inside - those campaigns have been throughout the country yet we continue to still see this tragic thing happen", McKinnon told the Times.

Smith, whose own daughter attends the centre, said she was now having second thoughts about leaving her child there.

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