In yet another tragic example of what constitutes school negligence - particularly, as in this case - involving small children, a Florida daycare facility is being investigated after a small child was left unattended on the school's unventilated van while the rest of the children went to class.

Only after the school realized that she was unaccounted for, they went back and found her. But by then it was too late.

Making matters worse for the school, this is apparently not the first time that the school has been caught failing to follow the established procedures for logging in and out all students that board the school's vehicles; in fact, they were cited for these violations at least twice in the past 3 years.

May the family of this small girl know no more sorrow.
Jonathan Cooper
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