SUNNY ISLES BEACH, Fla. – The household of an 11-year-old boy who died after a driver struck him on Feb. 10 in Sunny Isles Seashore shared a surveillance video exhibiting the motive force dashing.
Anthony Reznik was on the marked crosswalk on Sunny Isles Boulevard when Samentha Toussaint, who was driving a purple Mercedes-Benz, ran a purple mild, police mentioned. The household continues to be ready for justice.
Anthony’s father, Mark Reznik, and his mom, Inna Trakhtenberg, mentioned the video exhibits their son and daughter crossing the road because the pedestrian mild was flashing the countdown.
“It’s an enormous, big tragedy although the story is tremendous easy,” Trachtenberg mentioned.
The video additionally exhibits Toussaint didn’t have her automobile’s headlights on.
“I don’t wish to see individuals like that who [are] recklessly driving behind the wheel,” Trachtenberg mentioned. “And I don’t know why, however nobody does something about this, and it has been three months.”
Earlier than the automobile crash, Toussaint had dozens of visitors citations in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, together with seven separate citations for driving on a suspended license.
Anthony suffered a head harm and docs at Joe DiMaggio Kids’s Hospital advised his dad and mom he was mind lifeless. They determined to donate his organs to assist save lives and took him off life help. He died a hero.
The Miami-Dade State Legal professional’s Workplace had but to file costs towards Toussaint on Friday.
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