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Toddler, excited to see grandma’s car, gets run over & killed; ‘armed and dangerous’ relative flees the scene

Authorities in Jeffersonville, Kentucky are currently looking for the grandmother of a toddler who was run over and left to die last week.

Lisa Tesch, 51, is accused of killing her 18-month-old granddaughter Eleanor Campbell on June 16 outside Motel 6.

The child’s mother said that little Eleanor ran towards her grandma “out of excitement” before she was struck by Tesch’s Chevrolet Trailblazer.

“I don’t have any clue what to do I’m so lost right now,” Eleanor’s mom said. “I never thought I’d feel this pain it’s so unreal. I wish I can just restart today all over again. Life is so unfair.”

Police are looking for the grandmother who fled the scene “at a high rate of speed” after the crash that claimed her granddaughter’s life.

She was described as “armed and dangerous” and has a criminal record of reckless driving, drug possession, and evading police.

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