Toddler Dies Week After Hit-and-Run Crash that Also Killed Teen Brother; Boys Were Heading to Grandmother’s

A baby has died seven days after a quick in and out crash that likewise killed his young brother, friends and family affirmed.

Damian Amaya-Pineda, 2, was in “grave condition” following the accident in Los Angeles on Jan. 9, relatives said in a GoFundMe crusade. “The specialists did all that they could to save little Damian’s life, in any case, his wounds were excessively extreme,” coordinator Ivan Jones wrote in a Jan. 16 update. “We were all pulling for little Damian to such an extent.”

His more established brother, Chris Amaya-Pineda, 13, died the day of the accident, the family said.

The young men’s 16-year-old sister and their kid mother, Debbie, were harmed yet are recuperating.

The children were en route to their grandma’s home around 8 a.m., when the driver of a Mercedes ran a red light and hit the family’s SUV, sending it into a wall and a left vehicle, KTLA reports.

Police said the unidentified male driver didn’t stop and ran away from the area after his vehicle burst into flames, CBS reports. The suspect remaining parts overall.

“Similarly as significant is the demolition to the dad, who is totally heart broken, and was working during the mishap,” peruses the pledge drive, which had raised more than $80,000 as of Jan. 17.

At a walkway vigil this week, the devastated guardians grieved the unexpected passings of their two children.

“They took like portion of my life away, man,” Debbie Amaya told CBS, adding “A mother ought to never cover her youngsters and it harms me so terrible that I didn’t simply lose only one.”

Specialists are asking anybody with data on the accident to contact the LAPD or present a mysterious tip on the CrimeStoppers site.