Donations from strangers helped the mother, who was charged with manslaughter after leaving her 1-year-old daughter in a hot car in Oregon.
Nicole Engler, a pediatric nurse, received a $ 50,000 bail for second-degree manslaughter after she accidentally forgot her daughter when she sat in the back seat as she drove to work last Thursday.
"When the baristas asked about their daughter, she responded," Another Happy Day at Kindergarten, "Engler's lawyer, David Terry, wrote in a letter to the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association," We never know whether her daughter was alive at that moment. "
Terry asks Douglas County prosecutors to drop the case, considering the circumstances.
On the day of Remy's death, Engler decided to take her daughter to the daycare center her husband usually does because she wanted to let him sleep after working a late shift at his job.
Terry said that Engler suffered a misdemeanor of consciousness, a theory that routinely causes other responsible parents to forget, that they have children in the car.
Engler panicked when she found her daughter and heard screaming in the parking lot, Terry said, hurrying the toddler d back to the medical facility where she worked and the staff performed CPR until an ambulance arrived.
Remy was later pronounced dead.
Engler had her daughter reporting fatalities for 15 years
"It's not about a heartless mother doing the unthinkable," Terr y wrote.
The temperature was about 80 degrees on Thursday.
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