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Fort Lauderdale hit-and-run leaves woman’s car destroyed, sends her 3 children to hospital – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A lady and her three children are all recovering after her car was struck and totaled in a hit-and-run crash.

The crash came about round 8 p.m. Thursday close to the 1200 block of Northwest nineteenth Street.

Fallone Pinphinat mentioned she was driving with her children when an individual in an orange Dodge Charger hit her car from behind and pushed it right into a truck forward of her.

“I’m traumatized from it because I almost lost my kids, and my kids is all I have,” Pinphinat mentioned.

Pinphinat’s BMW was utterly destroyed, and her three children have been taken to the hospital. One has since been launched.

Pinphinat has a message for the motive force accountable.

“The fact that you left, now knowing if we died or not, that’s really upsetting me,” she mentioned. (*3*)

Although she herself suffered minor accidents, her children weren’t as fortunate.

“My 5-year-old lost conscience right then and there,” she mentioned. “He’s still not really talking. He’s still not really eating, and my baby, my 1-year-old, he’s bleeding from the nose. He has a black eye.”

Now she needs to know who the motive force of the Charger is.

“It’s not gonna be OK. I’m not gonna sit around and let you get away with it,” she mentioned.

Pinphinat hopes somebody will see the injury on the Charger and name police.

“My baby, my baby… my kids are all I have, so I’m very upset that somebody could have done this to my kids and just drove off as if we were some kind of animals or some stuff,” she mentioned.

If you’ve got any data on this hit-and-run or the motive force’s whereabouts, name Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you possibly can at all times stay nameless, and you could be eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.

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