A lady has been detained after a toddler was struck by a car at a vacation park on suspicion of causing death by negligent driving.
Isabella Tucker, age 2, was hit at Horsley Hale Farm in Horsley Hale, close to Littleport, on Friday, according to Cambridgeshire Police.
After the event at around 6.45 p.m., the young person from Ronald Street in Shadwell, east London, was transported by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk.
Despite attempts to save her, she passed away from her wounds.
In a statement made public by the police, her mother, Vaida Sprainyte, described her as “a beautiful daughter and little sister.
“It’s so easy to love you.
“Loved you from first sight and will love you forever.”
According to police, a 42-year-old lady from the Leeds region was detained on suspicion of causing death by imprudent or negligent driving.
She has been granted bail and is required to show up at Peterborough’s Thorpe Wood police station on November 24.
Anyone who was at the vacation park and may have seen the event is requested to contact police by calling 101 or reporting any information online at https://www.cambs.police.uk/report, referencing incident 35/NT/16816/23.