Mom of Ridgefield toddler who died in hot car hopes to help others

Mother of Ridgefield toddler speaks out

Lindsey Rogers-Seitz has started a website to remember her son Benjamin.

A Ridgefield mother whose toddler died in a hot car last month says she is dealing with her grief by helping other families.

Lindsey Rogers-Seitz's 15-month-old son, Benjamin, died in July. Police say his father left him in a hot car all day while he was at work.

Rogers-Seitz says she is not ready to talk about what happened the day her son died, but tells News 12 Connecticut the past...

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