Search Continues for Driver that Killed Syracuse 2 Y/O

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Syracuse, N.Y. - Police are still looking for the man that killed a Syracuse toddler, following a hit and run Saturday.

Officers say an out of control gold Honda, being driven by an a Hispanic man in his twenties, 5'9" tall, and wearing all black clothing, jumped the curb on Shonnard Street and careened into a family playing with chalk. Two-year-old Jameisha Stanford died from her injuries. Her father and one-year-old brother were hurt and needed to be taken to the hospital; they've since been released.

 Officers say they quickly found the car but the driver was nowhere to be found.

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