Infant girl left in hot car in Edgemere chuch
parking lot dies
Homicide detectives investigating
A 13 month old foster child left in hot car in a church parking lot died after going into cardiac arrest, Baltimore County Police said.
The child died on Aug. 21, however homicide detectives announced the investigation in a blog post Monday .
A woman who works for Shiloh Baptist Church in Edgemere drove the baby girl to the church with plans to drop her off at the nearby daycare center.
According to police, “she began to speak with someone in a parking lot, walked into the church, and left the child in the car. When she returned to the car, she found the child in cardiac arrest. The woman immediately called 911 and started CPR.”
The baby died later that day at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
The child was identified as Paris Bena Hall. She lived in the unit block of Horseman Court in Randallstown.
So far, no charges have been filed in connection with the infant’s death.