Boy, one dies after being thrown out of a golf cart when he ended up in a hole and turned around while carrying him and six family members
- Kipton Jester, one, was declared dead in the hospital after the Sunday evening incident
- He had driven a golf cart with six other family members
- The golf cart hit a hole and then had a mechanical steering system failure
- Kipton and four other family members were thrown out of the cart when it collapsed
- Two three-year-old girls stayed in the car while wearing seat belts
- All six surviving family members suffered various non-life threatening injuries
A one-year-old boy from North Carolina died after the golf cart that he and his family drove into a dimple and got out of hand.
The authorities said that Kipton Jester, one from Denver, North Carolina, and six family members were on a road in Mooresville, North Carolina, in a golf cart when the accident occurred around 5:40 PM on Sunday.
The golf cart experienced a steering mechanical defect after it hit a hole, which led to the car falling over, the Charlotte Observer reported.
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A boy of one year died after the golf cart he had driven made a pit, then got a mechanical steering error and tilted
State Highway Patrol troopers told WSOC that a bolt has fallen out of the steering wheel, causing the wheel to turn and the vehicle to tip over.
There were three adults – two in the front and one in the back – and four children in the car at the time of the crash.
Kipton and another one-year-old boy were each held by the two adults in the front of the car, while the adult sat in the back with two three-year-old girls in the rear-facing seats.
Authorities said that Andrew Jester, 33, from Mooresville, was driving the car. It is unclear what his exact relationship with Kipton is.
The boy and four other family members – three adults and another one-year-old boy – were evicted from the golf cart. Two three-year-old girls seated themselves and stayed inside
A close up of the golf cart that is turned over. Authorities said a bolt had fallen out of the steering wheel, which led to the car tipping over
When the car collapsed, all three adults and the two one-year-old boys were evicted from the vehicle. The three-year-old girls remained in the cart while being held by safety belts, the authorities said.
Authorities said Andrew and the other unnamed surviving relatives were being treated for & # 39; different levels of non-life threatening & # 39;
Kipton was declared dead in the hospital.
The police said they did not expect to file a complaint for the incident.
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