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Five children not wearing seatbelts killed in crash but parents who were survive

Five kids were tossed from their family vehicle and killed after they were engaged with an early-morning crash over the end of the week. 

The youngsters, aged somewhere in the range of five and 15, are not accepted to have been wearing their seatbelts in the back of the vehicle. Their parents Dominique Taylor, 32, and Cornell Simon, 23, were both wearing their safety belts and were harmed yet endure. 


Dominique lost control at around 4.30am and rolled the vehicle, hitting a few trees previously the vehicle ground to a halt in a field in Maryland. Their youngsters, Paris Dixon, 4, Rickelle Ricks, 6, London Dixon, 8, Zion Beard, 14, and Damari Herald, 15, were altogether hurled from the Chrysler Pacifica and articulated dead at the scene. 

There was just a single line of rearward sitting arrangements in the vehicle with belts for three individuals. An examination is currently in progress to discover how the accident happened, yet conditions at the time were frigid. State Trooper chief Danielle Pickett stated: 'Each impact where we lose life is a catastrophe. What's more, where kids are included, it's to a greater degree a disaster.'

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