A woman has been charged with felony criminal mischief for driving after a girl was killed in a drunken crash.
The six-month-old was in another car when he was hit by 23-year-old Lucy Dyer in a BMW on Friday night.
Police say the collision took place at around 9pm at Hale Gofa intersection in the Welsh town of Lanley, Carmarthenshire.
Officials added that it included a blue BMW 3 Series and a blue Vauxhall Vectra.
Emergency services arrived at the scene of the crash, but the child, whose name was not released, succumbed to his injuries.
Specialist officers are helping the family.
Llanelli, Dyer, was charged with felony criminal mischief for driving while driving, and for causing a fatal road accident.
A police spokesman said: “He has been taken into custody and is due to appear in Lalaneli Magistrate’s Court on Monday, October 11.
Flowers and tributes were paid to the child by the side of the road, dubbed the “shining star in heaven”.
Police are appealing to witnesses who witnessed the fatal crash.
Anyone with information can call the Duffed Powers Police online or call 101 at DP-20211008-415, or anonymously call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555111.
It happened when a young boy was hit by a police car on his way home from school with his mother.
The crash happened at about 3:30 a.m. Friday at a 20-mile-per-hour residential street in Pan Y Kay, Rexham.
An ambulance rushed to the scene and the child was taken to hospital.
Onlookers described how Tutt was walking with a woman and another child when he was hit by a police car.
Vanessa Jones, a 30-year-old resident, said: “Mom was hysterical. When I got there, the little boy was trying to stand up.”
North Wales Police have requested that anyone who has witnessed the incident, or who has any information or dashcam footage, contact the force regarding Z148033.
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