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Police said witnesses reported that Josiah had been left in the vehicle for several hours.
According to authorities, the child had been in the auto for several hours before he was found.
No arrests have been made in either case so far, but investigations are still ongoing.
On Saturday, medical responders arrived at the Free Church of God in Christ parking lot on the southside of Phoenix, where they found an unconscious 1-year-old boy inside a vehicle. The child, who was under his parents' care, was pronounced dead by fire department personnel.
Police say this is a tragedy that could have been avoided.
She said she didn't know where the vehicle had been or why it had ended up at the church.
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The incident happened a day after a 7-month-old boy was found in a hot auto near 44th Street and Greenway Road in north Phoenix. "Everyone is cooperative", Fortune said. "You feel like it's something that could happen to anybody".
Since 1998, 729 children left in vehicles have died of heatstroke, according to NoHeatStroke.org, an organization that tracks the deaths of children in hot vehicles.
The baby died from heatstroke after being left in the care of his grandparents, according to local media.
These two are the first cases of a child dying in a hot auto in Maricopa County this year.
Since that time, the highest number of deaths per year was in 2010, with 49 deaths.
Fortune said that as the season with the most child hyperthermia deaths continues, parents should take more time to make sure their children are safe.