A baby boy who died during the weekend in Raleigh was left in a car, according to 911 calls released Monday.
On the 911 call, the dispatcher asks what happened and the caller responds: "They forgot the baby in the car ... the baby is unresponsive."
The calls revealed a frantic scene as the emergency dispatcher tried to convey CPR instructions against the backdrop of screams and charged emotions.
"I need you to tell them to calm down because they're not going to be able to help the baby if everybody is screaming," the dispatcher said.
The incident happened shortly after 7 p.m. Friday night in the 3300 block of Gatcombe Place.
Temperatures in Raleigh on Friday reached a high of nearly 90 degrees.
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