New Jersey girl, two, dies after being trapped in a hot car on driveway for SEVEN HOURS

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New Jersey girl, two, dies after being trapped in a hot car on driveway for SEVEN HOURS as her parents 'scream in pain and anguish' after finding her

Emergency workers were called to the house in Franklin Township, New Jersey, on Tuesday after a young girl was reported with cardiac arrestThe two-year-old had been left in a hot car parked in the driveway for up to seven hoursThe toddler was declared dead at the scene, and the parents' wails echoed around the neighborhood: the mother was taken away in an ambulanceAn investigation has been launched: neighbors described the mother and father as good parents to their daughters 

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Published: 23:23 EDT, 31 August 2022 | Updated: 01:13 EDT, 1 September 2022

A two-year-old girl has died in New Jersey after being left in a hot car parked in the family's driveway for seven hours.

First responders were called to the home in Franklin Township, which borders Princeton, on Tuesday.

The child was spotted by a neighbor in the family's gray Honda Civic, parked in the driveway on Summerall Road, and the neighbor - a firefighter - called an ambulance. 

The caller said a child had gone into cardiac arrest, and CPR was performed on the toddler but the little girl was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police knocked on the door to inform them of the tragedy, and the parents were devastated to learn what had happened.

The gray Honda Civic in which the child died is seen parked in the driveway of the house

The parents were informed by police, who knocked on their door, about the death of their daughter

A woman is seen outside the house, where floral tributes have been laid

'They were just screaming in pain and anguish. She collapsed to the ground and he went to console her,' a neighbor told NBC New York

The mother was taken away in an ambulance, the neighbor said. 

'They're great parents. I've seen them be very loving and doting on their daughters.'

Treana Huntley, who lived opposite them, told The Franklin Reporter that the sound of the parents' wailing was devastating.

'It was gut-wrenching, almost made me want to break into tears,' she said. 

'As a mother, just hearing that pain from another mother, it was very hurtful to hear. 

'I wouldn't wish that on anybody.'  

The car is seen being removed from the house

Treana Huntley, who lived opposite the family, said the parents' screams were devastating

She said the death has struck the entire neighborhood.

'This whole block was very emotional,' she said.

The cause of death is unconfirmed, and the family has not been named.

The child is the 22nd to die this year in the U.S. from being left in a hot car, according to

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