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Texas mother left kids in hot car as punishment: authorities

By Reuters
25 June 2017   |   3:00 pm
A Texas mother has been arrested for the deaths of her two toddlers who she said were left in a hot car to teach the older child a lesson while the woman smoked marijuana and took a nap.

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