2 women killed in 3-auto wreck in Hialeah 

HIALEAH, FL – A 39-year-old woman and a 53-year-old woman succumbed to fatal injuries following a three-vehicle crash in the area of 483 SE 5th Street Tuesday. 

Hialeah Police did not describe the events leading up to this crash in chronological order, only telling Local 10 that the 39-year-old woman, later identified as Yarnia Garcia Hernandez, declined to stop at a stop sign and collided with another vehicle driven by a 14-year-old boy, who does not have a driver’s license and took his parents’ car without permission.  

Then, after those vehicles collided, either the 14-year-old boy or Yarina then struck a parked car. Yarnina and the 53-year-old woman, her aunt Gloria Hernandez (a front seat passenger), both died at the scene. 

In addition, first responders airlifted the third passenger, with Yarina and Gloria, to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center. This occupant, who was in the back seat, was identified as 66-year-old Liliana Hernandez Molina, Yarina’s mother. As of now, Molina is in critical condition. 

One other passenger was also taken to Jackson Memorial, not via a medical helicopter but transported in an ambulance. Police did not specify if it was the 14-year-old boy taken to the hospital, the passenger with him, or if it was an individual from the struck stationary automobile. 

Updates will be posted as more details come to light. 

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Last Updated : April 25, 2024

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