More than four months after Kyle Seitz mistakenly left his son in a hot car outside the parking lot of his work, he has been charged with a single misdemeanor count of negligent homicide. Seitz faces up to a year in prison if convicted in the death of his 15-month-old son Benjamin Seitz, whom he admitted leaving in the backseat of his car for several hours July 7 while he worked his shift as a test engineer at Owl Computing Technologies in Ridgefield.

When Kyle Seitz went to pick up the child at daycare, he was nowhere to be found. He eventually discovered his son in the backseat and rushed to a nearby hospital, about 11 miles away.

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