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Who Was A 12-Year-Boy From Wollongong? Is He Died In A Car Crash, Tiktok Trend Sensation Boy Dead, Reason Explored!




Who Was A 12-Year-Boy From Wollongong? Is He Died In A Car Crash, Tiktok Trend Sensation Boy Dead, Reason Explored! The tragic death of a boy in a car accident has raised many questions. The police are investigating the case. Many sources claim that the vehicle in which the boy died was stolen. Netizens are eager to find out who drove this car and how it happened. Police are investigating whether the death of a 12-year-old boy is linked to the new and shocking Tiktok craze. This trend is dangerous because Tiktok is famous for making many funny trends. For the most recent updates, please visit Our website Statehooddc.com.




Does 12-Year Old Boy From Wollongong Died?




Does 12-Year Old Boy From Wollongong Died?

The new TikTok trend encourages children as young as 10 years old to chase cops. According to reports, the black stolen Holden Barina collided at Towradgi in Wollongong south Sydney on Tuesday morning just 30 minutes before the boy was dropped off at his friend’s house by a silver-colored vehicle. When the police received the call about the accident, they immediately arrived at the crime scene. The investigating team discovered that no one was inside the vehicle after it collided.




Wollongong Boy Died In A Tiktok Trend?

Around 02:00 AM, emergency personnel was called to Balgownie to assist in locating the child who had sustained severe injuries. The police responded quickly and called paramedics on the crash site who treated the boy before transferring him to Wollongong Hospital. He was declared dead by the doctor. The boy’s family is in shock. Jason Hogan, Detective Acting Inspector, told the journalist that the boy was dropped off at his friend’s house. He later called the police.

What Happened With The Boy?

Det Hogan was asked by police if the accident could be linked to TikTok’s latest trend, where kids aged 10-12 years can challenge each other to steal cars and lure cops into speed chases. He stated that “We would ask the people if they have any kind of information about this accident or any social media content that might cover this accident that occurred this morning to please get in touch with us.” “We are investigating the case and investigating all lines.” Cops could not prove that the victim was in the car at the time of the accident. People will need to wait until they receive more information. Police are still investigating the case and have not released any details about the victim.




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