It was reported that a woman and her baby were killed while another woman and an infant were seriously injured in a crash at a Florida intersection.
According to Florida Highway Patrol, a man, whose identity has not been revealed, lost control of his pickup truck and crashed into the victims’ car. He consequently crashed into other vehicle in the process.
It was reported by the officials that a 19-year-old Jennifer Henao and 1-year-old Catalaya Henao were pronounced dead at the scene. The car’s driver, 22-year-old Marci Quintero, sustained serious injuries and was taken to a Fort Myers hospital. Meanwhile, 1-year-old Lexi Cordova was airlifted to a Tampa hospital with critical injuries.
Report says several occupants of other vehicles involved in the ‘freak’ accident suffered minor injuries.
Report says victim Jennifer Henao and survivor Marci Quintero were sisters.
The crash remains under investigation. No citations were immediately reported.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “This is a tragic accident that happened here in Florida. Accidents that involve children are always the most heartbreaking. Our hearts go out to the families at this time. After an accident, victims and their families, often have many questions about what is the next step to undertake. Although nothing can change the fact that an accident occurred, an experienced car crash lawyer will help you fight for justice when you’ve been injured.”
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