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Five children killed in tragic soloulykke

A tragic car accident killed in weekend five children in the northeastern UNITED states. Here drove a Chrysler Pacifica family car of the road, before the - according to the initial investigation hit several trees and ended up in a field.

It writes a variety of media, among others CNN.

The five children were aged five to 15 years and all sat in the back seat without seat belts. The two adults in the front of the car, respectively, 32 and 23 years slap both with injuries and are now at a nearby hospital.

All five children were thrown from the car during the accident and was of the Maryland State Police declared dead on the spot.

- Any collision with a lost life is a tragedy. So simple is it. And when there are children involved, it is an even greater tragedy, said Daniel Pickett, served in the Maryland State Police, according to ABC News.

According to the authorities, counts the victims are children of five, six, eight, 14 and 15 years old.

The local authorities are yet to investigate exactly what led to the violent accident.

It, they can immediately conclude, however, that the adults on the driver and passenger seat both were inserted, but all children probably have been sitting without seat belts.

maryland's governor, Larry Hogan, to express the same day his sympathy via Twitter:

- Deeply unhappy over this tragic car accident in Prince George's County. Pray for all involved, including the first on the scene of the accident.

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