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Mother realizes next morning toddler was left at corn maze

Mother realizes next morning toddler was left at corn maze

WEST JORDAN, Utah (ktvx-tv)- Police say a mother didn't realize until Tuesday morning that her 3-year-old child had been left behind while visiting a corn maze Monday night.

The incident happened at the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan, Utah, on Monday, KUTV.com reports. He couldn't tell us his name.

No charges have been laid against the parents yet, but local police say the case is still being investigated.

The parents did not call police until Tuesday morning and told them the child might still be in the corn maze.

The mother of a three-year-old boy who was left behind in a Utah corn maze claims it was all an accident.

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The boy's mother didn't report the missing child until about 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, almost 12 hours after he was found at the corn maze.

Monson says investigators went to the boy's home, where multiple families live with approximately 10 or more children.

The child was said not to be injured.

The child is now back with parents.

The mother reportedly said she entered the maze with a large group of adults and children, according to Daily News.