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Family mourns toddler who died in hot vehicle in Delray Beach

Family mourns toddler who died in hot vehicle in Delray Beach

"I don't know why this happened".

Police said young Khayden, who had just one month to go to his second birthday, may have wandered into the auto on his own.

A toddler in Florida died Saturday after he was trapped inside a hot auto parked outside a home, police said.

"Was a very happy child", a neighbor said.

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They immediately began to administer CPR until Delray Beach Fire Rescue arrived.

Carly Saint Saveur said the BMW belonged to the boy's father, Action Saint Saveur. The tragic death happened in Florida and Delray Beach police are still investigating, but believe Khayden Saint Saveur's death was an accident.

Investigators said they are still examining evidence and have yet to reach a definitive conclusion.

Because the front doors were unlocked, officers were able to open the door and pull him out of the vehicle. According to reports, Florida warmed up to a high of 32 degrees on Saturday.

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The toddler, who would have turned 2 on August 24., had been playing with other young family members and may have been in the auto for two hours before his family realized he was missing, Moschella said.

At the little boy's house Saturday evening, the cars of family members and friends lined the street and several groups of people stood outside speaking in hushed tones.

The neighbor who spoke with 7News said, as a parent, she can relate to what the family is going through.

'He had lots of energy.

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