“There are no street lights and at that time, it’s pitch black.
“It’s so dark. The only light was the light that was coming up off the building,” Lindsay said. “There needs to be some street lights here.”
Police said surveillance video revealed Cole was driving westbound on Chamber at a high rate of speed without headlights. Police said Cole didn’t stop or brake when he struck the stroller.
The speed limit in the area is 35 MPH.
“I don’t think he seen her standing there, but he didn’t have his lights on at the time and he was doing about 50 to 60,” Lindsay said.”
Throwing millions more at police and nonprofits will not cure this wild reckless disregard for human life. The environment is so toxic, choices and opportunities so limited many don’t value their own.
Suspect charged after 4-year-old in stroller killed in North County hit-and-run
Authorities in North County have arrested a suspect in connection with a hit-and-run that left one child dead and another injured late Friday night.