Tragic trick-or-treat accidents in three states

ANN ARBOR-, MI  (WLNS)- Tragic trick-or-treating accidents happen in at least three states, including Michigan.

The worst happened in New York City. Investigators in New York are looking into whether a seizure or some other medical problem may have caused that deadly accident in the Bronx.

A 65 year old man and his 10-year-old grand daughter were killed Saturday night along with another 24 year old man, after a car jumped a curb and ran into a group of trick-or-treaters.Two other small children and one woman were also injured. The driver of that vehicle was also hurt and is in the hospital in stable condition

Another tragic trick-or-treat accident happened right here in Michigan.

A 14-year-old girl was hit by two cars and dragged for nearly two miles as she was out collecting candy near Ann Arbor, amazingly she survived. But according to our media partners at MLive she is in the hospital listed in critical condition.The 14-year-old was hit while crossing Ellsworth road near silver-leaf drive in Pittsfield Township last night. The first driver who hit her called 9-1-1 but another vehicle heading the other direction then hit the girl and dragged her away. She was dislodged from the vehicle 2 miles later. Officials say it’s a miracle she survived. Officials are still searching for the second vehicle who hit and dragged the girl.

In Minneapolis, a 5-year-old boy was killed after he too was hit and then trapped under a car. Police say it happened around 9:30pm as the boy crossed a street while trick or treating. Police found the boy in critical condition, and say the driver stopped and is cooperating with investigators.

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