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GoFundMe page created for family of Ohio mom killed by alleged drag racer

Jessica Reisinger, 24, from Jeromesville, Ohio, is dead and her daughter is in serious condition following an alleged drag racing incident in Tampa, Fla. on Wednesday. (Source: WFLA) Jessica Reisinger, 24, from Jeromesville, Ohio, is dead and her daughter is in serious condition following an alleged drag racing incident in Tampa, Fla. on Wednesday. (Source: WFLA)
Cameron Herrin, 18, faces multiple charges after he allegedly killed an Ohio mom and seriously injured her 2-year-old daughter. (Source: Tampa, Fla. Police) Cameron Herrin, 18, faces multiple charges after he allegedly killed an Ohio mom and seriously injured her 2-year-old daughter. (Source: Tampa, Fla. Police)
Tristan Herrin, 20 -- Cameron Herrin's passenger -- faces one count of racing. (Source: Tampa, Fla. Police) Tristan Herrin, 20 -- Cameron Herrin's passenger -- faces one count of racing. (Source: Tampa, Fla. Police)
Jessica Reisinger, 24, was killed Wednesday in Tampa following a drag racing incident. Her name is listed as Jessica Raubenolt on Facebook. (Source: Facebook) Jessica Reisinger, 24, was killed Wednesday in Tampa following a drag racing incident. Her name is listed as Jessica Raubenolt on Facebook. (Source: Facebook)
TAMPA, FLA (WOIO) -

A young Ohio mother is dead and her 2-year-old daughter is in serious condition after they were violently struck by an 18-year-old man who was allegedly drag racing in a Mustang through a Tampa, Fla. neighborhood.

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A GoFundMe page was created to help the family.

According to Tampa Police, Jessica Reisinger, 24, from Jeromesville, Ohio in Ashland County, was pronounced dead at Tampa General Hospital.

Police said the driver, Cameron Herrin, 18, had been racing a gold Nissan driven by a 17-year-old boy.

Witnesses saw the cars driving side by side, switch places and switch lanes before Herrin struck Reisinger at a high rate of speed.

The mother had been pushing her baby in a stroller as the accident occurred Wednesday morning.

Reisinger's 2-year-old daughter, Lillia, was hospitalized after suffering serious injuries.

Witness Jack Berres said he heard the impact from inside his high-rise apartment.

"I never want to see anything like that. And then you see the yellow tape, and carrying a baby, running a baby to an ambulance," said Berres, searching for the words to describe the tragic scene.

Herrin and the 17-year-old were arrested on charges of street racing, vehicular homicide and reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury.

The passenger in the Mustang, 20-year-old Tristan Herrin, faces one count of racing.

Reisinger, who is listed as Jessica Raubenolt on her Facebook page, graduated from Kent State University and Kenston High School.

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