Updated: Monday, 09 Jul 2012, 5:00 PM EDT
Published : Sunday, 08 Jul 2012, 11:23 PM EDT
Two infants were left in hot cars over the weekend; in Greenfield, a four-month-old baby girl died.
An autopsy was completed on the 4-month-old Sunday. The Hancock County coroner says the results will not be released since the investigation is on-going.
However, the Hancock County prosecutor says he plans to file felony child neglect charges Monday.
Neighbors said 19-year-old Josh Stryzinski was working on a dirt bike in the front yard of his parent’s home Saturday afternoon.
Police say his four-month-old daughter was in the car.
It’s unclear how long the baby was in the car, or why she was there, but she was pronounced dead at the hospital later Saturday. Police said her grandfather rushed her to the hospital.
Both her parents were teenagers, according to Greenfield police.
In Fishers, a similar situation Saturday afternoon.
30-year-old Meg Trueblood was released from jail Sunday after posting bond.
Police say her 16-month-old girl was released from the hospital Sunday, and is now in the care of a grandmother.
She was upgraded from critical to stable condition at the hospital before she was released.
The 16-month-old Fishers child was also found in a hot car Saturday afternoon.
Police had to break a window to get to her, and say the infant started having a seizure after they got her out of the car.
Police say she was left there for an hour while Trueblood went shopping.
Marion County Health Department Director Dr. Virginia Caine says even if one of these parents would have cracked a window, it wouldn't have helped.
“Once the temperatures get in the high 90's, even with a cracked window, inside that car interior, you can get greater than 100-degrees inside that car within 10-15 minutes,” explained Dr. Caine.
24-Hour News 8 did try to speak with both infants’ families Sunday; no one answered their doors.
Fishers police say they expect Trueblood will be charged with felony neglect. It's unclear whether that will happen Monday or later in the week.