Hit-and-run in Fort Lauderdale leaves woman’s car destroyed, sends her 3 children to hospital – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida. (WSVN) – A lady and her three children are all recovering after her car was hit and destroyed in a hit and run crash.
The crash happened around 8 p.m. Thursday near the 1200 block of Northwest XIX Street.
Fallone Pinphinat mentioned that she was driving with her children when an individual in an orange Dodge Charger hit her car from behind and pushed her directly into a truck in front of her.
“I am traumatized because I almost lost my children, and my children are all I have,” Pinphinat said.
Pinphinat’s BMW was completely destroyed and her three children were taken to hospital. One has since been launched.
Pinphinat has a message for the responsible driving force.
“The fact that you’re gone, now knowing whether we’re dead or not, that really upsets me,” she said. (* 3 *)
Although she suffered minor accidents herself, her children weren’t so lucky.
“My 5 year old lost consciousness at that point,” she said. “He still doesn’t really speak. He still isn’t really eating, and my baby, my 1 year old son, is bleeding from his nose. He has a black eye.
Now she needs to know who is the driving force behind the Charger.
“It’s not going to be OK. I’m not going to sit down and let you get away with it, ”she said.
Pinphinat is hoping someone sees the Charger’s injury and names the police.
“My baby, my baby… my kids are all I have, so I’m very upset that someone could have done this to my kids and walked away like we were some kind of animal or something,” he said. she declared.
If you have any data on this hit and run or where the driving force is, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous and you may be eligible for a reward of up to $ 5,000.
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