Man arrested after letting dog die in closed, unventilated car
With doors closed and air stagnating, the temperature inside a hot car can exceed 170 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is not an environment for a human, let alone for a small animal, because countless domestic animals die in these conditions year after year.
In New York, 29-year-old Roger Chilson was recently arrested after allegedly leaving his dog in a vehicle with an internal temperature above 110 degrees. Shadow, 5 years old, could not bear this extreme heat, and after about 50 minutes, the Boxer mixture died.
According to Inside Edition, the vehicle was off, and Shadow had little ventilation when the sun hit the car. He died before representatives of the Ontario County Humane Society arrived on the scene.go to next Page to See What happens :/