German police have distributed sketches of suspects wanted in a crash that were seen by a 6-year-old student.
The Hamm police said on Friday: “Luisa, Romi, Silina and Louis of the Overberg School in Bock-H. Howell…deserve special praise.”
The children were on their way to school, waiting for the pedestrian lights to turn green on Wednesday morning when they saw a black car turning and hitting a lock post.
Alabama police issued fatal blows and stepped footsteps, asking for help identifying cars
The police said: “The driver with short blond hair does not care about the injury and continues to drive, and then continues.
The BBC reported that when they were in school, their teacher asked them to sketch women and accidents.
The police said: “These pictures are now part of the investigation files.” The police posted Luis and Celina’s sketches on the department’s Facebook page.
Click here for FOX News App
According to the BBC report, local resident Michael Schulte said: “The actions of the children are great.” “They do not look away, but act. Many adults can learn from their children’s example.