A child died and another was injured after a terrible crash in Florida, United States (+ Video)

Two children were victims of a terrible crash in Volusia County. One of them died, while another is seriously injured.

Reports given to the press in Florida claim that a nOne boy was killed and another seriously injured after a car crashed into a canal in Volusia County last Wednesday night. In addition, the adult driverwho is in critical conditionaccording to the authorities.

After the accident occurred, some people contacted the police and fire departments of South Daytona, near Sauls and Reed Canal roads, around 7:30 p.m. they placed the vehicle upside down in the water. Immediately the rescuers acted to be able to turn the car over by hand Y remove the occupants to begin life-saving measures.

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Quickly all three victims were taken to Halifax Health Medical Centerwhere authorities said one of the children did not survive. The other boy was airlifted to Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children in Orlando.

Shortly after 11 p.m., emergency crews were able to pull the car out of the canal for inspection.

“Based on the police department’s initial investigation, it appears that the vehicle struck a raised curb which forced the vehicle to veer onto the bridge attenuator and over the curb,” said a spokesman for the South Daytona Police Department.

The identities of the victims remain under the information of the authorities, who they did not want to reveal the names. The researchers said that There does not appear to be any sign of foul play and they do not believe speed was a factor in the accident.

Editorial GossipVehicle. With information from fox35orlando.

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