Police Release Photo Of Vehicle That Killed 3 Year Old In Kensington

Police Release Photo Of Vehicle That Killed 3 Year Old In Kensington


CBS-3 “EYEWITNESS NEWS”. RAHEL, THANK YOU. PHILADELPHIA POLICE RELEASED A PICTURE OF CAR THEY ARE LOOKING FOR IN THE DEATH OF THE THREE-YEAR OLD GIRL IN KENSINGTON. “EYEWITNESS NEWS” REPORTER ANITA OH IS THERE WITH MORE ON THE INVESTIGATION, ANITA. REPORTER: UKEE AND NICOLE, A MEMORIAL HAS BEEN GROWING ALL DAY. PEOPLE STOPPED BY TO DROP OFF CANDLES AND STUFFED ANIMALS TO HONOR THIS LITTLE GIRL. NEIGHBORS WE SPOKE TO SAY THE WORST PART OF ALL OF THIS IS THAT THIS ENTIRE TRAGEDY COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED. I MEAN, RIGHT UP THE STREET. REPORTER: NEIGHBORS AND BUSINESS OWNERS IN KENSINGTON THE SPEEDING IS NOTHING NEW. WE REPRESENT A HIGHWAY SECTION OF THE CITY. REPORTER: POLICE SAY STREET RACING COULD TO BE BLAME IN THE MULTI CAR CRASH MONDAY NIGHT THAT KILLED A THREE-YEAR OLD GIRL. MY HEART GOES OUT TO THEM. I COULD NOT IMAGINE HAVING A SIX YEAR-OLD AND 11 YEAR-OLD, TO IMAGINE LOSING ONE, DEVASTATING. REPORTER: AROUND 7:15 MONDAY NIGHT POLICE SAY TWO CARS WERE SPEEDING DOWN THE 2400 BLOCK OF NORTH SECOND STREET WHEN THEY CRASHED IN THE 2012 HONDA CIVIC CARRYING THREE PEOPLE, INCLUDING THE TODDLER. THAT CAR THEN SPUN AND HIT A FIRE HYDRANT WITH THE ENOUGH IMPACT TO ALSO UP ROUTE A TRAFFIC LIGHT POST AND EJECT THREE-YEAR OLDEST TER PALMER FROM THE BACK WINDOW. THERE WAS A CAR SEAT IN THE CAR. WE DO NOT KNOW IF SHE WAS BUCKLED IN PROPERLY OR NOT. REPORTER: NOW NEIGHBORS WANT TO SEE MORE PATROL AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE SPEED LIMIT BEFORE SOMETHING LIKE THIS EVER HAPPENS AGAIN. SENSELESS. REPORTER: SIXTY-FOUR YEAR-OLD GRANDMOTHER RIDING IN THE PASSENGER SEED REMAINS IN CRITICAL BUT STABLE CONDITION AT TEMPLE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. POLICE ARE STILL LOOKING FOR THIS BLACK HONDA ACCORD WHICH THEY SAY FLED THE SCENE. POLICE SAY THAT CAR, SHOULD HAVE HEAVY DAMAGE TO THE DRIVER’S SIDE AFTER THAT LAMP POST FELON TOP OF IT BUT AT THIS TIME NO CHARGES HAVE BEEN FILED AGAINST ANYONE INVOLVED IN THE CRASH.

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