NBC news anchor discovers dog left in a hot car

Kyle Clark of Denver area NBC affiliate KUSA ran across a dog locked in a hot car, on a hot day. The dog's cries led him to try and help, encountering a less than sympathetic dog owner.

Clark offers this apology, I think for not breaking the car's window, in hopes of helping raise awareness, and help to other dogs.

It should be amazingly obvious to people that you do not leave a dog in a locked car, in the sun. The temperatures inside the car rise incredibly fast, and you can bake your dog. Leaving a water bottle, or windows cracked, really doesn't help at all. Don't do it!