Community members in Middleton, Wisconsin recently showed their support to two girls who suffered serious injuries in a recent hit-and-run accident, an April 22 article from Channel 3000 stated.
According to reports, the two girls, whose names were withheld, were walking home from school when they were both struck by a vehicle operated by 30-year-old Ross Cotter-Brown on April 21. Dane County authorities were already pursuing Cotter-Brown when the accident happened.
Cotter-Brown reportedly continued driving after striking the two girls. Middleton Police Chief Charles Foulke said that they were concerned if the two girls would be able to survive their injuries when they were taken to the hospital. Thankfully, authorities said that the two girls are currently in stable condition. Concerned people in the area have showed their support to the families of the two girls by offering flowers and creating a “GoFundMe” page for the victims.