“THIS is clear proof a child doesn’t need to be in the sun to get heatstroke,” Jennifer wrote.
First responders quickly arrived and discovered Anastasia's blood sugar was dangerously low and her body temperature was at 104 degrees Fahrenheit, according to "Today."
“They administered sucrose and in minutes she started crying, clearly scared,” Jennifer wrote.
The temperature inside the room was around 122 degrees.
“Hopefully other parents can take something from this & make sure you are checking the rooms in your house because they can be as dangerous as a hot car,” Jennifer wrote.
She said she's grateful for the first responders' swift action to revive her daughter.
“We definitely had god on our side yesterday,” Jennifer wrote.
The Dangers of Extreme Heat