Street Racer Kills Mother Pushing Stroller In Tampa, Toddler Not Likely To Survive
By Space Coast Daily // May 24, 2018
All three suspects face charges related to Street Racing
ABOVE VIDEO: Tampa Police have arrested three young men after street racing led to a fatal crash that claimed the life of a young mother pushing a stroller on Wednesday and critically injuring her 21-month-old daughter. (Fox 13 Video)
TAMPA, FLORIDA – Tampa Police have arrested three young men after street racing led to a fatal crash that claimed the life of a young mother pushing a stroller on Wednesday and critically injuring her 21-month-old daughter.
Police say a 2018 black Ford Mustang, driven by 18-year-old Cameron Herrin, was driving northbound on Bayshore Boulevard on Wednesday around 11:43 a.m..
Witnesses described the Mustang traveling at a high rate speed, alongside a gold Nissan, driven by 17-year-old John Barrineau.
The police report says at times the cars were side by side, and at other times they switched places and switched lanes, according to witnesses.
The Mustang driven by Cameron Herrin struck the victims who were crossing Bayshore Boulevard near W Knights Avenue.
Victim Jessica (Reisinger) Raubenolt, 24, was pushing her daughter, 21-month-old Lillia, in a stroller when they both were struck.
Both victims were transported to Tampa General Hospital where Jessica Reisinger was declared deceased at the hospital.
Lillia Raubenolt sustained critical injuries and is not expected to survive.
Jessica Reisinger and her daughter lived in Ohio, but were in Tampa to visit, police say.
Police added that Reisinger was making a legal crossing at the divided four-lane road, prior to the collision, according to witnesses.
The drivers of the two cars – Cameron Herrin and John Barrineau – face charges of street racing, vehicular homicide, and reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury.
A passenger inside the Mustang has been identified as 20-year-old Tristan Herrin and older brother of Cameron Herrin.
Tristan Herrin, the passenger in the Mustang, faces one count of racing.
A GoFundMe account has been set up to assist the mother’s family.
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