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5 Dead Including 3 Children As Stolen Car Hits Tree in Broad Daylight

Police officers at the scene
The police in West Yorkshire, England, have revealed that no less than five people including three children have been killed after a stolen Renault Clio crashed into a tree in Leeds.

According to Daily Star UK, two 15-year-old boys are currently in custody – but officers have not released any details as to why they are being held. 
The collision happened on Stonegate Road, Meanwood, at 9.54pm last night. 
The youngest victim in the crash is believed to be a 12-year-old boy.

And two 15-year-old boys and two men aged 24 and 28 have also died. 
The families of the dead have all been informed, police said.
A spokesperson for the West Yorkshire Police told Daily Star Online: “The roads remain closed.
“Our major collision enquiry team are conducting an investigation into the exact cause of the collision.”
Witnesses are urged to come forward with any information.


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