Infants left in hot cars killed days apart in Georgia, North Carolina

Two babies died on consecutive days this week after being left in hot cars in North Carolina and Georgia while their parents went to work, according to reports.

In the latest tragedy, a man in the Tar Heel State left his 1-year-old daughter in his car in Mebane on Friday afternoon in 90-degree heat. according to WTVD-TV.

First responders were unable to revive the baby after receiving a 911 call around 12:30 p.m., according to the report.

A day earlier, cops were called to a Walgreens in Danielsville, Georgia, and found a 12-month-old child unresponsive in a car as temperatures outside reached 90 degrees around 1:30 p.m. according to WAGA-TV.

The baby’s mother works at the pharmacy, and it’s unclear how long the child was in the car, the station said.

Investigators were investigating both deaths and were considering charges against the parents.

The senseless tragedies were the ninth and tenth hot car deaths in the U.S. so far this year. according to the nonprofit advocacy group Kids and Cars.

Temperatures in cars left in the sun on hot days can easily and quickly jump north of 150 degrees, experts warn.