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Amirah Kinlaw, 9, killed, and three people injured in collision with hit-and-run driver in stolen vehicle on Lombard Street in Baltimore, Maryland

Modified Date: 
Sat, 05/04/2019 - 12:05pm
Accident Date: 
Thursday, June 16, 2016

Police arrest juvenile in crash that killed girl, 9, outside Baltimore school

The driver continued to travel northbound on South Gilmore Street and drove through the red light at the intersection of West Lombard Street, striking a vehicle that was traveling westbound on Lombard Street.

The driver then struck a crossing guard and 9-year-old Amirah Kinlaw before hitting several parked cars and coming to a rest.

Police said the man, who has not been identified, then ran away. Police are still looking for him. It has been confirmed that the vehicle was stolen, police said.

Students, faculty remember 8-year-old killed near Baltimore school; juvenile in custody

She said grief counselors had led activities to help student cope with the loss and remember Amirah. She said students have been drawings pictures and writing letters to remember their classmate.

Police: Juvenile suspect charged for hit-and-run that killed 9-year-old

Police have charged a 14-year-old juvenile with vehicular manslaughter for yesterday's fatal hit-and-run crash that killed a 9-year-old girl.

Family, friends mourn girl killed in hit-and-run

Mourners gathered Saturday evening outside Steuart Hill Academic Academy in southwest Baltimore, where Amirah was a third-grade student.

Baltimore third-grader fatally struck by stolen SUV laid to rest Saturday

Minister Lewis Lambert led the service "to celebrate the life of Amirah" with his powerful voice, which at times had mourners out of their seats and responding with loud applause.

People Involved: 
Amirah Kinlaw
Lombard Street

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