Texas teens suspected in killing elderly woman in hit-and-run crash

An elderly woman in Dallas, Texas, was killed in a horrific hit-and-run involving three young suspects.

On Monday at approximately 11 a.m., 82-year-old Florence Kelly was killed when a teen driver ran a stop sign and slammed into the victim’s car in northwest Dallas.

Images from the Dallas Police Department show three teen suspects racing from their car after a hit-and-run.
(Dallas Police Department)

The suspect was driving a gray 2005 Toyota Avalon with the Texas license plate PKH5392.

The suspect and two young female passengers got out of their wrecked car and ran, leaving a 13-year-old girl who was pinned inside the wrecked vehicle.

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The Dallas Police Department said the young girl was taken to a local hospital in serious condition.

Police are looking for three teens who were involved in a hit-and-run on Monday morning.
(Dallas Police Department)

Authorities released images of the three suspects on Tuesday and requested the public’s assistance in identifying the teens.

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Dallas police said they hope to question the 13-year-old and use vehicle registration information to locate them.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Dallas Police Department.

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