2-Year-Old Boy Dies After Left in Hot Car During Sunday Bible Study

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This heartbreaking situation happens all too often each year. Is there anything ministries can do to help prevent hot car deaths?


“A Christian family was thrown into mourning at a Dallas church Sunday after they discovered their 2-year-old son was accidentally locked inside the family’s car where he subsequently died.

A Fox 4 Dallas report said the parents and siblings of the child, identified as Boi Lei Sang, were attending an afternoon Bible study at Rehoboth Praise Assembly in the White Rock area of Dallas when they realized that the youngest member of their family was missing.

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A church member told the local news station that Boi Lei’s parents were in separate groups inside the church and when they reunited about 45 minutes later they realized they only had their four other children and the 2-year-old was missing.

The next thing the congregation knew, according to CBS, the boy’s father brought him into the church from outside, but it was too late.”

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Jennifer Hooks

Jennifer Hooks is managing editor for Children's Ministry Magazine and a contributing author to Sunday School That Works (Group).

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