Florida mother and baby daughter are struck and killed by a Jeep while walking across Georgia street after fleeing from Hurricane Irma

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A mother and her baby girl had fled their home in Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma over the weekend, only to lose their lives in a car accident just hours after arriving at their family's home in Georgia.

Kaitlin Hunt, 28, was holding her three-month-old daughter, Riley, in her arms as she attempted to cross the street in Woodstock with a family friend when an SUV driven by a 17-year-old mowed them down.

Cherokee - County - Sheriff - Office - Incident

According to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, the deadly incident took place just after 8pm on Saturday on Arnold Mill Road.

Baby Riley died that same night, and her mother succumbed to her injures on Tuesday evening, reported Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Friend - Kathy - Deming - Accident - Hospital

Family friend Kathy Deming, 61, was also injured in the accident but was slowly recovering in the hospital, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office.

As of Wednesday afternoon, no charges have been filed in the deadly crash.

Hunt - Husband - Brandon - GoFundMe - Page

Hunt leaves behind her husband, Brandon. According to a GoFundMe page launched by a loved one, the couple were high school sweethearts who married in March 2016 and settled in Port...
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