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    GA - 15-month-old Ariel & Alaynah North Die in Hot Car

    Police question father after twin girls die in hot car

    http://www.ajc.com/news/news/local/t...hot-car/nr9xR/
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    Police: Twins dead after being found in hot car in Georgia | [urlwww.ajc.com[/url]
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    TV station WXIA reports ( http://on.11alive.com/2aprJE4 ) someone found the girls Thursday in the back seat of an SUV parked in front of a duplex in Carrollton.
    Carrollton Police Department Capt. Chris Dobbs tells the station that when officers arrived, they were directed behind the duplex to a baby pool, where people were holding the girls in the water and some had ice packs. They told officers they were trying to cool the girls off.
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    http://m.ajc.com/ap/ap/georgia/polic...car-in-/nr9zm/




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    http://abcnews.go.com/US/15-month-tw...ry?id=41134930

    The Georgia father of 15-month-old twins who died after being left in a hot car Thursday was arrested overnight, police said.
    Asa North was arrested and charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of reckless conduct, said Carrollton Police Department's Captain Chris Dobbs.
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    So the mother goes out of town and returns to find her two babies dead.....I can't imagine. I hate these stories and can't bare to think about what these two little ones went through. Glad the father was charged.

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    This should not be a trend for these poor babies

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    Astonishing, heartbreaking, and completely preventable tragedy-- again, sadly-- even more tragic and gut wrenching because the girls were twins. No word yet on the circumstances under which the girls were left or forgotten in the hot car.

    There have been 26 (now 28) hot car deaths of infants and small children in 2016 thus far, and an average of 37 a year. As a nation, we simply cannot accept 37 dead kids in hot cars every year-- we simply MUST work better and harder on fixing this problem.

    Total number of U.S. heatstroke deaths of children left in cars, 2016: 26
    Total number of U.S. heatstroke deaths of children left in cars, 2015: 24
    Total number of U.S. heatstroke deaths of children left in cars, 1998-present: 687
    Average number of U.S. child heatstroke fatalities per year since 1998: 37
    See Monthly Statistics
    See Statistics by State
    http://noheatstroke.org/

    Asa North's mugshot has been released:

    https://twitter.com/FOX5Atlanta/stat...42318897958912

    https://twitter.com/hashtag/fox5atl?src=hash
    Last edited by K_Z; 08-05-2016 at 01:04 PM.

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    I just now saw on the news , a bit of a backstory. It is very sad. The mother of the twin girls, had to go see her sister an hour away in a hospital, after her sister had been in a serious car accident. While the mother was there, she got the call that her daughters had been in the hot car and were unconscious. So tragic to get that horrible call.

    The neighbors heard the father screaming out for help, as he found the babies in the hot car. I don't know what time it was, or how long it had been. But they tried reviving the babies in a kiddie pool with ice packs. So they may have had pulse rates still at that time?

    I feel very sorry for the father because I think this may have been an unusual situation. And a stressful one. So Dad might have been very distracted and may not have been the usual routine schedule for him.

    Parents REALLY need to use the Teddy Bear system, or the wallet in the back seat system, or SOMETHING, to prevent these tragic, needless deaths.

    My precious granddaughter is 15 months old. I cannot imagine the sorrow and grief that this mom must be feeling to lose two precious girls so suddenly like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K_Z View Post
    Astonishing, heartbreaking, and completely preventable tragedy-- again, sadly-- even more tragic and gut wrenching because the girls were twins. No word yet on the circumstances under which the girls were left or forgotten in the hot car.

    There have been 26 (now 28) hot car deaths of infants and small children in 2016 thus far, and an average of 37 a year. As a nation, we simply cannot accept 37 dead kids in hot cars every year-- we simply MUST work better and harder on fixing this problem.



    http://noheatstroke.org/

    Asa North's mugshot has been released:

    https://twitter.com/FOX5Atlanta/stat...42318897958912

    https://twitter.com/hashtag/fox5atl?src=hash
    that's the problem, there's nothing WE can do. either parents want to let their kids die or they don't. it doesn't take a village to leave a child in a hot car, it takes a parent that's looking for a murder method that they very well MIGHT get away with. seems like lots more men than women pull this.

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    I just saw this on Facebook feed, and I think they suspect or maybe even charged the father for intoxication. I'll check for links.

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    Yes it is in one of the local news links cited in above thread. Father was "extremely" intoxicated and combative. Two precious ones had to go through torture. So it wasn't like the "poor" father had an unusual routine that was distracting.
    Last edited by simba16; 08-05-2016 at 04:56 PM.


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    Awww. That is very sad. He probably drove them home while drunk too. What a POS. I take back my concern for him and shower the poor grieving mom with it instead.
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    "We do believe alcohol is involved," said Carrollton police Capt. Chris Dobbs, who identified the girls as Ariel North and Alaynah North. "We do believe the father, sometime throughout the day, he had been consuming alcoholic beverages."

    http://www.cbs58.com/story/32696999/...die-in-hot-car
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    Drunk

    eta That should go down well with the other inmates in the jail he goes to.
    Just know one thing, I am the majority.

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    Apparently, Asa North was drinking heavily with his cousin, Travis North.

    Police: Father was intoxicated when twins died in hot car

    According to the Carrollton Police Department incident report an officer arrived to find Travis North "extremely intoxicated and was combative." According to relatives, Travis North is a second cousin of Asa North, the father of the twins. Police say Asa was also intoxicated when police arrived, but not nearly to the level of Travis.

    "Some of the statements he made on the scene don't match what he said during our interviews. So we have some blanks we have to fill in," said Carrollton Police Capt. Chris Dobbs.

    Neighbors told 11Alive's Ryan Kruger that they saw Asa and Travis North drinking together all day.
    http://www.11alive.com/news/local/po...-car/288333629


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    The whole situation is infuriating. I hope he enjoyed his drinking binge-- it's the last one he'll have for a long while. I think he will get prison time for this. The autopsies will tell how long the girls were dead, and his blood alcohol level will fill in a lot of blanks, because no matter what it was when they took it, it was a heckuva lot higher while those girls were baking to death in that car.

    Worse yet, the mother of the girls is DEFENDING him-- "he made a mistake."

    “He’s a great father… He’s a great father. He just made a mistake,” said Ellis. “He’s very heartbroken... He broke down crying. He know he made a mistake.”
    http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/185487724-story

    A mistake??? Getting so drunk you FORGET about your TWIN BABY DAUGHTERS in a hot car, strapped in their car seats, is not a "mistake". Choosing to get so drunk that he forgot about his daughters, fell asleep, or passed out, is an "ON PURPOSE" act. Not a "mistake". GRRRR.
    Last edited by KayElJay; 08-07-2016 at 02:18 PM. Reason: removed quote & link from blocked source

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    I have no words what a tragedy. The father is totally to blame for this but why on earth did the cousin agree to go on an all day bender with the dad when they knew he had two little ones to look after? I can't imagine what the mom is going through a sister seriously injured, two dead daughters and a husband in jail. R.I.P little ones.

    In regard to hot car deaths with infants surely car manufacturers can develop something like stopping the car from locking and sounding an alarm when weight is detected in the child seats when a car is stationary with the engine off. There must be a way to tackle this issue but in cases like this with an incompetent parent these tragedies might not be totally preventable.

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