Preschooler dies; second child injured in crash

People in Ohio are oftenn saddened when they hear reports of people being killed in car accidents. When those persons who died are young children, however, the sadness can be even deeper and the whole experience may feel more tragic. For those people who lose their precious children in senseless motor vehicle accidents, it can be a daily challenge to learn how to go on with their own lives.

The friends and relatives of one family today are likely struggling with the challenges of moving forward after the horrifying death of a little child who was only three years old. As reported by News 5 Cleveland, the child was riding in the back of a standard passenger sedan and was in a child car seat when the car collided with a sport utility vehicle in the middle of an intersection. Another young child was also in the car at the time of the crash and was said to have experienced life-threatening injuries. That child was taken by air to a hospital for treatment. No further details on that child's condition are known at this time.

Two females were in the car, one as the driver and the other as the passenger. Another woman was driving the SUV that crashed with the car. The SUV driver is said to have experienced only minor injuries.

It is not known what caused the accident and whether or not one or both of the drivers may have been speeding, impaired or failed to obey a stop light or sign.

 

 

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