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I've lost count on how many K9s have died in hot cars lately. Obviously accidents happen but damn it ... they're your partners! #RIP #K9 Kane
17-Jul-2015: The Conyers Police Department regretfully announces the loss of police K9, Zane, after he was found deceased in his handler’s patrol car Thursday evening, at approximately 5:00 p.m., at the handler’s residence in Rockdale County, Georgia.
Zane, a five year old bloodhound, has worked as a tracking dog for Conyers Police Department for four years, three of those with his current handler.
Zane’s handler, Jerahmy Williams, has been with the police department nearly five years and is a patrol Corporal.
RockdaleCitizen.com writes "Williams apparently had forgotten to remove the K9 from his patrol car when he returned home after the end of his shift earlier that morning.
According to CPD, the officer had gone to workout at a local gym when his shift ended at 6 a.m. While there, he began to feel nauseous, so he left.
When he arrived home, he quickly ran inside his house, where he got sick. He then fell asleep on the couch.
The USA are talking about making a law where you can break windows in a car if someone leaves the animal in a hot car so what about law enforcement come on guys need to do something to help your partner