Florida – A man was arrested in connection with a hit-and-run case that killed two children and injured 4 others.

According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, the 27 years old man confessed to killing two small girls after crashing and then fleeing from the scene while injuring 4 others.

Sean Charles Greer confessed that he killed two children plowing them under his truck in Wilton Manors.

5-year old Kylie Jones and 6-year Andrea Fleming were pronounced dead at the crime scene this Monday.

The fatal incident took place outside an apartment near Powerline road as per the Broward Sheriff’s office.

Sean Charles Greer confessed that he was the man behind the wheels in the hit-and-run incident in South Florida.

According to the Police, Greer will be facing “two counts of leaving the scene of an accident involving death, two counts of leaving the scene of an accident involving serious bodily injury, two counts of leaving the scene of an accident involving injuries, tampering with evidence, four counts of driving without a license causing death and/or serious bodily injuries and driving with a suspended license.”

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Sean Charles Greer is already on probation for “burglary of a dwelling in Broward county.”

The injured children were two boys and two girls – Laziyah Stokes, 9; Johnathan Carter, 10; Audre Fleming, 2; and Draya Fleming, 9. All four kids are admitted to the Broward Health Medical Center.

The Fleming children were siblings visiting their father who was located in Wilton Manors. The incident has shocked the entire community and people are angry at the driver for his negligence.

Stanley Holcomb senior stated that five of the children were relatives and lived in Miami. They were waiting to cross the road when the truck driven by Sean Charles Greer struck them, killing two of the kids on the spot.

“Those were kids they ran down,” he said. “It wasn’t an animal that you hit. The family right now is hurting, just want closure.”

Andrea Fleming was his niece and a student of first grade “a smart, bright student who loved school, drawing, and writing.”

“She was my baby rock. She was my heart. I really spoiled her. I’m really going to miss her so much,” he said.

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