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Suspect in hot car death fired from his job at Home Depot

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Justin Ross Harris appears in court July 3, 2014 for a probable cause hearing. Justin Ross Harris appears in court July 3, 2014 for a probable cause hearing.
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The father charged in the Atlanta hot car death of his son has been terminated from his job. According to NBC affiliate WXIA, Justin Ross Harris was terminated from his position at Home Depot.

 Harris is charged with felony murder and cruelty to a child after 22-month-old Cooper Harris was left in his car seat for more than seven hours in the Home Depot parking lot. Harris says he forgot to drop the child off at daycare that day.  

Authorities today also confirmed that toxicology results for Cooper Harris came back negative, showing no drugs or chemicals in his body when he died. The full report has not yet been released.

RELATED: Detective says Harris exchanged nude photos while child died in car

NBC affiliate WXIA and CNN contributed to this report

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