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It may be at least another week before prosecutors decide whether to charge a local mother who left her baby in a hot car.
Prosecutors want to wait for autopsy and toxicology reports before they decide whether to charge Dr. Jodie Edwards in the death of her 11-month-old daughter Jenna.
The Hamilton County coroner says Jenna Edwards died of hyperthermia after she was left in the hot van for eight-hours while her mother worked at Cincinnati Christian University in Price Hill.
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Parts of downtown Sharonville were flooded Saturday when a water main broke and forced police to close off several streets.