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Father left Baby in Car at Parx Casino; Woman Drove into Schuylkill on Purpose; Demo Safety Meeting
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 07/09/13 9:57 pm | updated: 07/09/13 9:57 pm
A Philadelphia man has been arrested after leaving his toddler in the car this past weekend while he was inside the casino playing blackjack. Bensalem police found an 18-month old boy inside a Lexus Saturday night in the parking lot of the Parx Casino. His father, 44-year-old Danny Ngo, was inside the casino for about 40 minutes while his young son was outside alone in the car. It was 9:30 at night but the temperature was still 88 degrees and hotter in the car. He is charged with reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of a child. His bail was set at $100,000.

Yesterday afternoon, in the height of rush hour, a car veered off of Kelly Drive near Fountain Green Drive and plunged into the Schuylkill River. It was the third such car to crash into the river in past few months. At that time of day there were plenty of spectators and hands to help rescue anyone inside. Rowing coaches in launches helped pull a woman out and people were waiting on the shore to assist. However, this 45-year-old mother of four from Darby didn't want to be saved. Police say the she drove her car into the river intentionally. She is listed in stable condition and being evaluated.

Today the Labor & Industry and Urban Affairs state house committees met at the Independence Seaport Museum in Philadelphia to discuss stricter safety for demolition following the fatal Center City building collapse last month. Some changes proposed would include a 15% fee added to demolition permits that would be used for more training. Demolition plans would need to need to be reviewed by an architect or engineer. Also, projects must carry at least $1 million in liability insurance. A grand jury is currently investigating the June 5th accident.

Tonight, Mostly Cloudy, Chance of a shower, Temps in the Low 80's in Center City.
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