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Police: Toddler struck, killed by 14-year-old driver

A 2-year-old girl is dead after being hit by a car on Saturday afternoon. Lubbock police say the driver was 14 years old.

The incident happened around 2 p.m., near 23rd Street and Avenue J. 

Police say the toddler was crossing the street when she was hit and run over by an SUV, driven by a minor. The 14-year-old had two passengers in the vehicle, both of them 8 years old.

The child, identified as Mikaly Leyva, was taken to UMC, where she later died.

No charges have been filed at this time, and the investigation is still ongoing.

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