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Mother and daughter, 11, in critical condition after horror crash that killed another four of her children along with two others

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  • Heidi Solis-Perez, 33, and Daisy Julian-Solis, 11, in critical condition
  • Taken to hospital following horrific crash in Florida on Friday night 
  • Four of Solis-Perez’s children died in the crash, and were identified as Marillany, five, Alexander , seven, Macareo, 14, and Sandy, 17
  • Andres Perez, 18, and Reynaldo Diaz, 31, also died riding in the same car
  • Another driver, Sharwen Pierre Louis, 21, received minor injuries

 

Six people including four children have been killed and another three injured after a mother lost control of her minivan along a Florida interstate, according to police.

Heidi Solis-Perez, 33, from Stuart, lost control of her Mercury Villager on Saturday night along I-95 near Jupiter before slamming into a meridian wall and bouncing into the path of a Kia Sorento.

Four of Solis-Perez’s children were killed in the accident, who police identified as Marillany Julian-Solis, five, Alexander Julian-Solis, seven, Macareo Julian-Solos, 14, and Sandy Julian-Solis, 17.

Mother Heidi Solis-Perez, 33, is in critical condition along with daughter Daisy, 11, following a horrific crash which also killed four of her children as young as five (pictured, her car after the wreck)

Mother Heidi Solis-Perez, 33, is in critical condition along with daughter Daisy, 11, following a horrific crash which also killed four of her children as young as five (pictured, her car after the wreck)

Andres Perez, 18, and Reynaldo Diaz, 31, who were riding in the Villager with Solis-Perez, also died in the accident, the Miami Herald reported.

Solis-Perez and another of her children, Daisy Julian-Solis, 11, were taken to hospital where they are in a serious condition.

Sharwen Pierre Louis, 21, from Ft. Pierce, who was driving the Sorento, was treated for minor injuries, according to the Highway Patrol.

Three of the victims were pronounced dead at the scene, while another three died in hospital.

Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue Capt. Albert Borroto told the Palm Beach Post that multiple victims were thrown from the Villager during the crash.

Police say Solis-Perez lost control of her car along this stretch of the I-95 near Jupiter, Florida, before hitting the concrete meridian and spinning back into the road, where she was hit by another vehicle

Police say Solis-Perez lost control of her car along this stretch of the I-95 near Jupiter, Florida, before hitting the concrete meridian and spinning back into the road, where she was hit by another vehicle

Emergency crews found bodies lying in the road as they arrived at the scene, and say it is not clear if the victims were wearing seatbelts.

According to TCPalm, a report by the Florida Highway Patrol says that the treat of one tire on the Villager separated from the wheel.

That caused Solis-Perez to lose control of the car before hitting the meridian and spinning back into the path of the Sorento, which was also in the southbound lane.

At least a dozen emergency vehicles were pictured parked along the I-95 following the crash, while several southbound lanes were closed for up to five hours afterward.

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