The 18-year-old parents of a two-week-old baby who was killed on Sunday in a hit-and-run incident in West Midlands, England, sent emotional compliments to their boys.
A boy named Ciaran Leigh Morris died in the hospital on Sunday after a baby carriage hit the car.
According to West Midlands police, when the tragedy broke out, Cialan’s family was pushing a baby carriage along the pavement on High Street in Brown Hills, a town near Birmingham, around 4 pm.
Police said BMW was found to have collided with a baby carriage after being involved in a collision with another vehicle.
According to police, a relative injured his shoulder, but no one else was injured.
Immediately after the crash, police arrested a 34-year-old man in Bloxwich, about four miles from Brown Hills.
He was detained and on monday Charged Police said they were killed by dangerous driving, uninsured driving, failed to stop at the scene of the collision, and failed to report the collision.
Police asked the public for information.
“We are in the process of talking to witnesses and establishing the circumstances surrounding this clash. Sergeant Mark Crozier, a serious clash investigation unit of the West Midlands Police, is in the area and can help us with our inquiries. Anyone who has a sergeant asked me to come forward. statement on Sunday.
“I understand the shock this causes, but I’d like to ask people not to guess what happened,” he added.
“We especially want to be contacted by anyone in the area who may have a dashcam image before or at the time of the collision.”
according to mirror, Cialan’s parents are both 18 years old, and a family friend said, “They are really, really nice families.”
Ciaran’s parents released emotionally on Monday Compliment To their boys.
“Mom and dad’s hearts will always hurt. We love you more than anything else,” they said in a statement.
“We couldn’t keep you for a long time, but we’re happy to have the opportunity to meet you, take care of you, and call you our son.
“Fly the high angel.”
Police officers also remained “insensitive” due to the tragedy and called on the public to respect the privacy of their families, Mr. Crozier.
“We are all left paralyzed by the sad death of Cialan. He was only two weeks old and his life was tragically robbed,” he said in a statement.
“As police, it’s hard for us to see the loss of a very young person, but we know that it’s even more painful for Cialan’s family.
“We’re doing everything we can to support them, and at the same time trying to figure out what happened that led to the conflict,” he added.
“I would like to ask people to respect their families and protect their privacy during this sad time.”