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Father suspected of leaving child in hot car fired from Home Depot

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Home Depot confirmed Thursday that it has terminated Justin Ross Harris from his job. The company would not provide specifics.

Cobb County police also released toxicology tests for Cooper Harris that resulted in negative results for drugs or other chemicals.

Cooper Harris died in June after his father left him in a hot SUV for seven hours while he was at work. Ross Harris told investigators he forgot about his 22-month-old son, but he has been charged with murder and child cruelty.

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