After a toddler was struck and killed by an automobile at a theme park, police detained a lady on suspicion of causing death by negligent driving.
On Friday, Isabella Tucker, age 2, was injured in a hit-and-run incident at Horsley Hale Farm in Horsley Hale, located in the Littleport area, according to the Cambridgeshire Police.
The event occurred at 6:45 p.m., and an ambulance took the child from Shadwell, East London, to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk.
In spite of everyone’s best efforts, she succumbed to her wounds.
Vaida Sprainyte, her mother, had this to say about her daughter and sister in a police-issued tribute: “A beautiful daughter and young sister.
To love you comes naturally.
I’ve loved you since the moment I laid eyes on you.
A 42-year-old lady was arrested in the Leeds region on suspicion of causing a fatality by reckless or negligent driving.
She is required to report back to the Peterborough, Ontario Thorpe Wood police station on November 24.
Anyone who was at the campground and saw what happened is being asked to contact police at either 101 or using the reference number 35/NT/16816/23.