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Mom charged after 3 kids found in hot car

A Bagley, Minn., woman is accused of leaving three children in a hot car for 30 minutes while she tried on swimsuits at a Bemidji Target store. The children survived. She has been charged with child endangerment.
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A Bagley, Minn., woman is accused of leaving three children in a hot car for 30 minutes while she tried on swimsuits at a Bemidji Target store. The children survived. She has been charged with child endangerment.

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