LUCERNE VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — Authorities are looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed three young girls — two of them in wheelchairs — and critically injured a fourth as they walked along a Southern California desert highway. The Highway Patrol says 11-year-old Willow Sanchez, 12-year-old Daytona Bronas and 13-year-old Sandra Mizer died Saturday night as they strolled on the shoulder of a road in Lucerne Valley. Her mother tells KNBC-TV that 14-year-old Natalie Cole lost a leg and has life-threatening injuries. The CHP recovered a pickup truck. Witnesses say the driver and passenger got out and looked at the bodies before running away.
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