In an act of “exercise and love,” the father committed suicide after abandoning the child in a hot car.

In the movie “Commitment and Love,” the family of a Virginia father who accidentally killed himself by leaving his toddler in the backseat of a hot car claims that he did so.

Aaron Beck, 37, shot himself to death on the same day that his 18-month-old son Anderson became trapped in a car and died. The tragic incident occurred on June 28 in Chesterfield,

Aaron’s troubled family claims that the bereaved father gave his life for his son with the utmost love and devotion.

According to reports, when the police arrived at Aaron’s house, they found that the child’s car seat was empty and that the vehicle was parked in the driveway with the back door open.

Then Aaron committed suicide by shooting himself in the woods behind his house after little Anderson’s body was discovered inside the house. In an obituary that was co-written by the father and son, Anderson was described as an “intelligent little child” who “used to his family and was deeply loved by his parents and the relatives around him,” according to the New York Post.

Aaron was described as “generous, gentle, kind, and gentle with his son” in his obituary. He worked as a draftsman by trade. His unreserved love was a tribute to the human heart and the potential of parenting.

A GoFundMe page has raised more than $7,000 to assist with the funeral expenses of Aaron and Anderson’s loved ones.

A father and his child were tragically taken from my dear friend on Tuesday morning. Even if some costs are covered, this can’t be planned well. This GoFundMe has been set up to help her out financially. During this unimaginable loss, I sincerely appreciate your support.

“Our hearts go out to the family and friends who have to deal with this, and this is a terrible tragedy on so many levels,” Chesterfield County Sheriff Chris Hensley told the media.

However, we would be foolish to pass up an opportunity to remind people to check their vehicles.

Additionally, we would like to take this opportunity to exhort all of our readers to perform a thorough inspection of their automobiles prior to traveling with children under the age of six.

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