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911 Calls Released Detailing Moments After Child's Death in Orlando Day Care Van

911 calls were released Wednesday detailing the frantic moments when the family of a young child found dead inside an Orlando day care van were trying to figure out what happened.

Myles Hill did not return home on the night of August 7th, according to NBC affiliate WESH-TV, and was later found inside the van from Little Miracles Daycare.

"I called the lady who owned the day care and they seem like they don't know where my baby is at," the boy’s grandmother said during the first of two calls.

"It's 8:07 and they're talking about my baby didn't go school today. He went school this morning," she told the dispatcher. "It's after 8 o'clock and they haven't brought my baby home yet."

Audrey Thornton met with the media and asked for forgiveness from the family of the 3 year old child who was found dead inside the hot van earlier this week.

Moments later, a call was placed from the day care after Hill’s body was found.

"Does the child need medical attention?" the dispatcher asks.

"The child is dead. From what I was told the child is dead," the caller from the day care said.

An autopsy found Hill died from extreme heat exposure after being inside the van all day. The van’s driver was arrested and charged with manslaughter.

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