Twins Phoenix and Luna turned 1 on July 9.
A New York City father who says he overlooked his 1-year-old twins in a hot vehicle, accepting he had dropped them at day care, called his significant other soon thereafter requesting that her get the children, as indicated by a NYPD source.
Be that as it may, by then, the youngsters were at that point dead, the source says.
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Juan Rodriguez, 39, called his significant other as he was relinquishing his position as a social laborer at the James J. Diminishes VA Hospital in the Kingsbridge segment of the Bronx Friday evening, the source says. After he started driving his vehicle and saw his children in their vehicle situates in his rearview reflect, he was overwhelmed with repulsiveness and misery, as per the source.
"This man committed an awful error," the source says. "He thought his children were in day care yet didn't understand they were in the secondary lounge until he looked at his rearview."
As indicated by the source, Rodriguez understood the youngsters' vehicle seats were there. Ordinarily, he'd drop his youngsters — child Phoenix and little girl Luna — off still lashed in their vehicle seats.
Rodriguez pulled over, as per the source, and found the twins lethargic — frothing at the mouth.
"I blanked out," Rodriguez advised police who reacted to the scene. "My infants are dead. I slaughtered my infants."
Rodriguez, an Iraq war veteran, was discharged Saturday subsequent to posting $100,000 bail.
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He has argued not liable to two checks every one of murder, criminally careless manslaughter and imperiling the government assistance of a kid.
The source says that before overlooking the twins, Rodriguez had dropped off his 4-year-old child at a different day care.
"It's genuinely tragic," the source includes. "I really feel for this person. Envision what he should get going through."
Rodriguez's significant other stood in opposition to her better half and the episode in an announcement shared to PEOPLE by Rodriguez's legal counselor, Joey Jackson.
"This is my most awful bad dream. All that I do helps me to remember my sweet, astute, lovely infants and I am still in dismay. In spite of the fact that I am harming more than I at any point envisioned conceivable, I despite everything love my significant other," Marissa Rodriguez said.
"He is a decent individual and extraordinary dad and I realize he would've done nothing to hurt our youngsters deliberately. I will never get over this misfortune and I realize he will never pardon himself for this error. This was a terrible mishap, and I need him close by to experience this together," she proceeded.
"Luna and Phoenix will in every case live in our souls and recollections and we are endeavoring to grapple with what has occurred. We have to lament, be solid, and be available for our other kids. We ask that you regard our protection during this most troublesome time," she closed.
The twins were inside the vehicle for a considerable length of time, as per the source.
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The kids, who turned 1 on July 9, had an inner temperature of 108 degrees when coroners analyzed their bodies at the scene.
The Medical Examiner's office is as yet attempting to decide the reason for death while the examination stays progressing.