In yet another tragic occurrence, a baby is dead after being left in a hot car. 11-month-old Jaxon Taylor spent the day with his grandparents and aunt at church before heading back to their Georgia home.
When the family arrived home around 3:30 p.m., they each assumed that the other was going to get baby Jaxon out of the car...but no one did.
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When Jaxon's mother, Mandie Hendershot woke up at 5:30 p.m. following an overnight shift as a hospital nurse, she went around the house looking for her son...only to tragically find him still in the car outside. The scorching hot car which reached temperatures as high as 172 degrees inside the vehicle that day, according to Walker County Sheriff, Steve Wilson.
Hendershot attempted to revive her baby and he was then rushed to the hospital where she she works. Jaxon was pronounced dead on arrival.
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