At the scene on Wednesday, a baby pulled from a car in Fullerton was pronounced dead.

At 3:34 p.m. police were summoned Fullerton Police Department Sgt. Eric Bridges confirmed that the child had been removed from the car at the 400-block West Wilshire Avenue, and when police arrived.

Police and paramedics attempted to save the baby but couldn’t do it, Bridges said.

Police were working to determine if the child, whose gender and age were not released, was left in the car alone, Bridges said. The infant was under 2, Bridges said.

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The baby’s relatives were on scene and cooperating with investigators,
Bridges said.

Eight children have died in hot car deaths in 2020 thus far.