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Med Examiner Releases Results Of Infant Who Died In Hot Car

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Carter County, Ok -- New information in the death of a 23-day old infant who died on a Texoma highway while riding in a hot car with no air conditioning.

According to a medical examiner's report the infant was in the beginning stages of decomposition.

The baby's parents, Christopher and Angela Randolph are charged with 2nd degree murder.      

The report says the cause of death is highly suspicious for hyperthermia but the infant's state is inconsistent with the reported time frame of events.      

Investigators say the baby died while traveling with her parents who were moving to a home in Ringling Oklahoma.

The couple is scheduled to appear in court on December 19th.