Tragic–Please Pray; Car Crashes Into Florida Mini Golf Course and Kills Brother and Sister, Aged Four and Six, who were on Vacation with their Parents

A four-year-old boy and his six-year-old sister were struck and killed by a car that veered off the street and onto the mini golf course at Coconut Creek Family Fun Park in Panama City Beach in Florida on Friday. Scene of the incident above

Two young siblings on a Florida vacation with their family were struck and killed by a car that veered onto a miniature golf course over the weekend.

The four-year-old boy and his six-year-old sister had traveled with their parents from Louisville, Kentucky for vacation in Panama City Beach in Florida.

On Friday the siblings were playing on the miniature golf course at at the Coconut Creek Family Fun Park with their parents when a car suddenly veered off the road and onto the golf course.

Scott Donaldson of Panama City Beach somehow drove his Chevy Silverado off of Front Beach Road and into the attraction and hit the children, police said as per WTSP.

First responders were called at 3.15pm on Friday.

The boy died at the scene and the little girl died at the hospital.  The parents were not injured in the accident, according to WDRB.

Panama City Beach police say the investigation has been handed over to the traffic homicide unit.

Donaldson stayed behind when officers arrived to the scene. Charges were pending as the crash remains under investigation.

The park shared a Bible verse on Facebook about mourning, citing that the closure was due to the car accident

‘All of the first responders and city officers’ thoughts and prayers are with the family during this horrible time,’ Debbie Ward, the Communications Director for the city of Panama City Beach, said.

Coconut Creek Family Fun Park was closed on Saturday following the incident.

They shared a Bible verse on Facebook about mourning, citing that the closure was due to the car accident.

The park shared a Bible verse on Facebook about mourning, citing that the closure was due to the car accident

‘All of the first responders and city officers’ thoughts and prayers are with the family during this horrible time,’ Debbie Ward, the Communications Director for the city of Panama City Beach, said.

Coconut Creek Family Fun Park was closed on Saturday following the incident.

They shared a Bible verse on Facebook about mourning, citing that the closure was due to the car accident.

SOURCE: Daily Mail, Marlene Lenthang

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