A 13-year-old girl has passed on after she was struck by a utility pole while inclining out of the window of a vehicle in Indiana.
According to the report, Hume was going in the vehicle driven by her more established sister when the vehicle left the street in Crown Point, Lake County city, on Saturday night.
The young girl was tossed from the vehicle at around 8 p.m. in the 4500 square of West 113th Avenue in the single-fender bender, police said.
She was articulated dead at the scene, having kicked the bucket from obtuse power injury, the Northwest Indiana Times detailed.
An examination by the Lake County Sheriff’s Department Traffic Unit, as refered to by The Times, discovered Hume was inclining out the window of a vehicle driven by her 18-year-old sister when the vehicle left the street on a lofty slope.
Specialists are researching if cellphone use may have been a factor in the mishap and different conditions encompassing the casualty, including conceivable carelessness, likewise stay under scrutiny.
“The Lake County Sheriff’s Department Traffic Unit is directing traffic reproduction of this episode, and the examination proceeds,” Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez Jr. said. “Our musings and supplications are with the family at this incredibly troublesome time.”
Crown Point police and fire groups and the Lake County coroner helped at the scene.
Newsweek has reached the Crown Point Police Department and the Lake County Sheriff’s Department for input.