plug indisplay driver is caught on camera beating child out of four in Massachusetts, and a suspect still at large
A manhunt is in progress for a driver who was caught on camera beating four other children in Stoneham, Ma.
Police are searching for the person who was behind the wheel of a dark-coloured Subaru Legacy, which plowed into a group of kids who cycle in Stoneham, Mass., before speeding away.
The Stoneham Police Department said in a news release, the incident happened on Sunday, shortly after 6:30 p.m., when the agency received several 911 calls about a hit-and-run crash in which several children have been hit by a car
“I looked up and I saw the headlights coming right at me,” Julia Cabral, 13, told the Boston 25 News. “I was supposed to be a car to take evasive action. And it all happened in the blink of an eye. And I had to leave because I wasn’t sure if the car was going to hit me again. And then I looked down and I was, like, blood coming out of my feet.”
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The police said that the four children who are all between the ages of 12 and 13, were standing with their bicycles in front of the house when the car suddenly turned into the driveway, and slew them.
Surveillance video shows the moment the vehicle hit the group, sending them flying into a nearby bush. The driver is then said to be chirped, hit another car in the driveway, and fled away with the bike still lodged under the car, police said.
“I don’t know how to do it in a car, two bikes, and four children, and just drive it,” Jenn Cabral, Julia’s mother, told the Boston 25.
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All four of the children were treated at the scene by first responders, and two were transported by ambulance from the scene to an area hospital with minor injuries.
I’m just a little shocked at how someone could get four-teen children, and then only with speed, distance, and even stop or ask if we have it, and will be told, As Boston is 25.
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Anyone with information regarding the vehicle involved in the accident or the driver to contact the Stoneham Police Department at (781)-438-in the year 1215.