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Watch: Police officer saves toddler left in a hot car overnight

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WASHINGTON (Circa) -- A 3-year-old girl in Florida was found overheated in a vehicle by police, WESH-TV reports.

The video, just released by Seminole County Sheriff's Office, shows deputy Bill Dunn rushing to the scene. Dunn says when he arrived, the toddler was in and out of consciousness. The car's windows were closed and the car was not running.

The young girl's mother, Casey Dyan Keller, allegedly went on a late night liquor run. She is said to have walked into the liquor store with two of her children while leaving the young 3-year-old in the car.

Keller returned to her apartment at 11:15 p.m. and brought two of her children inside while leaving the 3-year-old inside the car.

Luckily, the child was rushed to the hospital and has since recovered.

Keller was charged with child neglect with great bodily harm. She originally called 911 and told police her vehicle was missing with her toddler inside. WESH-TV reports she did this after realizing her child wasn't inside her apartment in the morning.

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