JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- A family in tears for three mothers in their twenties; one on life support; another, six months pregnant clinging to life, and a third just released from the hospital and heartbroken -- all because someone else on the highway decided to litter.
Police are searching for a driver of a red, midsized pickup truck with dark, tinted windows and a "Salt Life" decal. They say the person in the passenger's seat tossed trash out their window directly at the girls' car, on Interstate 295 North on Sunday, then hit them.
When driver Cherish Marrs swerved out of the way, their vehicle flipped.
"I hope they catch whoever is responsible for this," said Satoria General, sister of victim Danielle General, who was in the front passenger's seat.
Through her tears, she told Action News she believes the incident was no accident.
"I think they intentionally did it because if you seen them switch over lanes why would you ram your car against theirs? I don't understand that," she said.
General hopes someone sees her on-camera interview and comes forward to bring justice for her family.
"Whoever you are just come forth, come forth and show yourself because evidentially you didn't have any type of remorse for them, you kept going you didn't even stop to see if they were ok you just kept going," said General.
If you have any information about the red truck police say caused the accident, contact FHP at 904-694-4000.