The infant had apparently been left in the vehicle for about two hours by his father, who forgot the boy, police said.
Phoenix Police and fire brigade were called out at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in the CHURCH of God in Christ after witnesses dial to 911, after some hours police and fire officials arrived and pronounced one year old and refer to the Hospital after sometime Doctor said that Josiah Riggins died.
Two infants have died inside hot cars in Phoenix within two days, as temperatures topped 100 degrees in the city.
'You feel like it's something that could happen to anybody, ' she said. At 100 degrees outside, the interior temperature of a auto reach 138 degrees within five minutes, according to ABC 15 Arizona, putting people - especially young children - at serious medical risk.
Authorities said both deaths remain under investigation.
For the second time in two days, a baby boy has died after being left for hours in a hot vehicle. He was identified by police as Zane Endress. He was also pronounced dead at the scene.
The Phoenix area sees about 10 hot vehicle child deaths a year, Phoenix Fire Capt. Larry Subervi told NBC News. There was at least one death past year.
Families can suffer with the emotional scars of such deaths for a lifetime.
Zettica Mitchell, who told the Arizona Republic she is a cousin of the baby's father, called the death "shocking, devastating, just sad". He has not been charged in connection with the death. "Take some time, again, to look inside your vehicle.to just avoid these tragedies".