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Toddler killed in Indiana auto accident

May 25, 2011 | Auto Accident

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May 26, 2011

A mother tried to lie about the death of her toddler by saying the child was killed in a hit-and-run Indiana auto accident.

The toddler actually died from blunt force trauma after falling from a moving vehicle as a result of an Indiana auto accident.

The vehicle was being driven by the mother’s boyfriend at the time of the Indiana auto accident. According to wlfi.com, the mother and her boyfriend lied because he didn’t have an Indiana driver’s license at the time of the Indiana auto accident.

The mother and her boyfriend were being held on $10,000 bond after the Indiana auto accident.

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Do you think this mother should be allowed out of jail on bond? How do you think the mother and her boyfriend should be prosecuted?

If you or someone you know has been involved in an Indiana auto accident, the Indiana auto accident lawyers at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help.

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