Worthington was transported to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
The victim went to the daycare with two of her siblings and those siblings were removed from the van, but Worthington was not, according to WOWT.
Officials have not said how long the child was left in the van, but her parents told WOWT that her body temperature was 109 degrees when she arrived at the hospital.
“How did [they] forget my baby?" Sina Worthington, the victim’s mother, told the news station. "The daycare has an app. They’ll tell you stuff with their kids throughout the day. She was never checked in. Only one of the three we sent was checked in, so put two and two together. You had to have my baby left in this car since this morning.”
Worthington told KMTV, “When I told them my baby died they [the daycare] said, ‘That baby didn’t die,’ and hung up…”
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According to authorities, the daycare is closed as officials investigate the child's death.
"The house is so quiet now," Reeyon Worthington, the victim’s father, told KMTV. "It don't even feel the same. You know what I mean? I don't get to hear little feet coming in, you know, hopping on my bed.”
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