Child Rescued From Hot Car Caught on Camera in Scorching Temperatures

Eleven children this year have died from being left in hot cars.
3:00 | 08/01/15

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learned these cubs, fathered by Cecil are being protected by his brother. Alex Perez, ABC news, los Angeles. And we move on to kids being left in cars. Here's gio Benitez. Reporter: Tonight, children left in hot cars once again in the spotlight after good samaritans in a New Jersey parking lot spot a child left in that car. The windows left slightly cracked open. Where are the parents? Shopping. Are you kidding me? Reporter: Temperatures soaring into the upper 90s. She's soaking wet! Reporter: When the mother approaches with another child, the confrontation. Is this your kid? You left her in the car! Sorry. No sorry! She could have died! Reporter: That mother arrested, charged with child abuse. The dangerous -- dangers, seen here in our own test. In a hot car for 30 minutes, my body temperature rose to a scorching 105. It happens everywhere, sometimes by accident. I heard someone screaming. It was me. Reporter: This Oklahoma woman told police she accidentally left her 1-year-old in the car. The heat index, 103. The child taken to the hospital and recovered. Mom was arrested and charged with child abuse. Survival stories tonight that could've ended very differently. Gio Benitez, ABC news, New York.

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