The Broward County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a hit-and-run accident in which two children died and four others were injured. The vehicle was driven so fast that it crossed the sidewalk and struck the children. The crash is currently under investigation. According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, the investigation is ongoing and detectives are still looking for any information that can help them solve the case. The victims of the car crash were children who were running in the street.
The children ranged in age from one to 10 years old, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. The Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue and Wilton Manors Police were called to the scene of the crash and are working to identify the driver. When emergency crews arrived, people had already started giving aid and identifying the victims.
A car hit two children and a child on Sunday in Wilton Manors, Florida. The driver of the car fled without stopping or providing any information about the crash.
NBC 6 in Wilton Manors reported that the crash involved two children from the Oakland Park area. The Broward Sheriff’s Office said four other children were hospitalized. The family reunification center was established after the accident, and NBC 6 tweeted about the incident.
The investigators are working with local police and fire officials to identify the driver. A ring camera may even be a valuable piece of evidence.
The accident happened on a four-lane road near Wilton Manors, South Florida. It was a hit-and-run. The driver did not stop, and he was seen driving recklessly. There are many other suspects in the accident. They need more information about the driver. The suspect is suspected of being a teenager.