FISHERS, Ind. (AP) - A 16-month-old Indiana girl who was left in a car during near-record 105-degree heat remains hospitalized, and the father of a 4-month-old girl who died in a hot car is being held in jail without bond.
Fishers police spokesman Tom Weger said Sunday that Peyton Manning Children's Hospital in Carmel had upgraded the 16-month-old girl to stable condition.
Police broke a side window of an SUV to rescue her. Officers said the temperature inside the vehicle was 124 degrees. Weger says the girl's 30-year-old mother, Meg Trueblood, of Fishers, was charged with neglect and later released on bond.
Trueblood couldn't be reached for comment.
Authorities in Greenfield say the other girl's father is being held without bond on a charge of neglect of a dependent resulting in death.
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