However, in a surprising turn of events, no charges will be filed against him according to police.
Bryson and Brayden McDaniel, 20 months, were found dead in a small family SUV outside of Sunshine House Early learning Academy. They were found there in the evening on September 1.
Apparently, the farther went into the daycare after work to pick up his children only to learn they were never there that day.
He found his sons still strapped in their car seats where they had been for nine and a half hours.
The twins died from heat exposure as the car reached an internal temperature of up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
However, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott at a press conference said the local solicitor’s office decided not to press charges against the father.
Lott called the deaths a ‘’tragic accident’’ and admitted the father’s interview with police was the most heartfelt.
‘’The pure emotion that came out was not something that you could fake. It didn’t happen on purpose, he didn’t mean to do it. God, he didn’t mean to do it. Its a parent’s worst nightmare. Its also a community’s worst nightmare too, because so many people care about these two young people,’’ Lott said about the dad’s interview.
The Sheriff’s department reported the unnamed father thought he had dropped off the twin babies that morning.
The twins had sat in rear-facing car seats and probably forgot to turn on the backseat reminder alarm.
Lott went on to encourage parents with newer cars to always turn on these systems in case of anything.
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