LOUISVILLE, KY --A two-year-old boy has died after a daycare worker admits to forgetting the child inside the school's SUV.
Lavontae Swain was picked up from his home on Monday but never made it inside the Lil Kings and Queens daycare in Louisville, Kentucky.
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The Inspector General's Office says Swain was left inside the SUV for six hours, and wasn't even found until other children were picked up later that afternoon at a nearby elementary school.
Two children told the SUV driver that the boy was in the back of the SUV. Attendants in the carpool line began performing CPR on the boy, but he died from the heat.
On Wednesday, parents were informed of the death in a letter issued by the Inspector General's office.
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The daycare is now losing its license until officials can investigate Swain's death.
Parents of children at the daycare say his death is heartbreaking.
"It's just a tragedy, and I didn't know til this morning," says parent Eddie McAffee.
No word yet on whether the daycare's driver will face charges.
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