The Hart-family SUV crash has officially claimed six lives, with officials confirming Tuesday that a body pulled from the Pacific Ocean last week was that of 12-year-old Ciera Hart, one of the three children who were reported missing after the fatal crash.
California Patrol Capt. Bruce Carpenter confirmed Friday that the woman who drove her family off a cliff in California last month was drunk.
In 2010, a Texas appeals court turned down an attempt by Devonte Hart’s biological aunt to adopt him and three of his siblings. The court ruled against her because she had violated an order that prevented the kids from having any contact with their mother.
The timeline of disturbing allegations against the Harts, the family of eight whose car was driven off a California cliff last month, goes back a decade, and authorities are uncovering more details about the lengths the Hart children went to for help.
A tourist couple vacationing near the Northern California coast where the Hart family’s SUV went careering over a cliff spotted a body floating in the surf not far from the crash site on Saturday afternoon.
It’s been about a week since an SUV—believed to be carrying all eight members of a Washington state family—plummeted over a cliff in Mendocino County, Calif., and authorities are now apparently close to getting at least some answers about what happened to Devonte Hart and his family. It is now believed that the fatal…
Authorities are still trying to piece together what happened when an SUV packed with a family of eight drove off a California cliff last weekend. The bodies of two women and their three adopted children were found in the car, which was discovered Monday. Their three other adopted children are missing and presumed dead.
Search and rescue teams are looking for 15-year-old Devonte Hart as well as his siblings, 16-year-old Hannah and 12-year-old Sierra, after the SUV their family was traveling in went off a cliff in Northern California on Monday.
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