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The driver was speeding and took off after the crash, Tempe police said.

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - A 3-year-old boy and two adults are in the hospital after being hit by a driver who then took off, Tempe police said.

It happened in a neighborhood northeast of Mill and Southern avenues around 2:45 p.m. on Sunday.

Police said the three victims were crossing the street when a speeder hit them.

All three victims were transported to the hospital in stable condition.

Police said the driver was in a Volkswagen four-door sedan. They only had a vague description of the suspect.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Tempe Police Department.

 


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(6) comments

MyOwnMind

people are stupid.

Gdaddy

Wasn't the last hit and run driver driving a black VW sedan? Also please proof read and add missed words to article. Thanks?

Dean

"Police said the three victims were crossing the street when a speeder hit them." And of course not in the cross walk again. If they had been the report would be clear. And as MAGA said, more "brown cancer" from south of the border with no insurance, no DL, no registration.

JF Conlon

Looks like a neighborhood street to me. Those kind of streets don't have crosswalks. Or maybe in the 'civilized' east valley, they do.

sfr8

If only the toddler had a gun, he could have stopped the driver by shooting him in the head!

MAGA Mia

More uninsured brown cancer. Build that wall

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