LAS VEGAS — The investigation continues Monday morning into a Utah toddler’s death. Police say he was left inside a hot car at a Las Vegas resort this weekend.
Police say 3-year-old Chase Lee, of Fillmore, was in the vehicle for more than an hour in triple-digit heat.
On Saturday, police were called to the Grandview on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Officials say the family of twelve came to the resort on vacation when the child went unaccounted for.
The boy was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Read more from News3LV.
“Even at an outside temperature of 60 degrees, the temperature inside your car can reach 110 degrees,” the website states. “A child dies when his/her body temperature reaches 107 degrees.”
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