BROOKLYN, NY — One child has died after a collision in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday, May 4th, 2014, according to a release from The New York Post.
Police have said that they have reason to believe Rebecca Ramnarine was killed when the vehicle she was a passenger in is believed to have been struck by a driver that was allegedly fleeing the scene of another accident on Remsen Avenue around 5:00 Sunday afternoon.
Scene of the Accident
Rebecca Ramnarine was killed in the crash, although it is not clear if she died at the scene or at a nearby hospital after the crash.
The driver of the offending vehicle was identified as Kenneth Palache, who currently faces hit-and-run charges in connection with the accident.
The investigation is being handled by officials from the NYPD.
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