Three arrested in Bayshore accident that killed mother, injured toddler

- Police say street racing led to the death of a mom pushing her young daughter in a stroller across Bayshore Blvd. Now, three people are under arrest.

It happened just before noon Wednesday, at the spot where W. Knights Avenue meets Bayshore. 

Tampa police have arrested 18-year-old Cameron Coyle Herrin and 20-year-old Tristan Christopher Herrin, who are said to live at the same address in South Tampa, and 17-year-old John Alexander Barrineau, who lives on W. Knights Avenue, blocks from the crash.

TPD says Jessica Reisinger, 24, of Jeromesville, Ohio, was "attempting a lawful crossing" when she was hit by a 2018 Ford Mustang, driven by Cameron Herrin. Reisinger died of her injuries.

Her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia Raubenolt was critically injured.

A GoFundMe account has been set up to assist the family.

Police believe Cameron, with Tristan Herrin as his passenger, was racing another northbound vehicle – a gold Nissan driven by Barrineau.

Witnesses told officers the cars were side by side, but then would switch places and lanes just before the crash.

Both victims were taken to Tampa General Hospital, where Jessica Reisinger was declared dead. Lillia Raubenolt sustained serious injuries.

Police have charged both drivers -- Cameron Herrin and John Barrineau -- with street racing, vehicular homicide, and reckless driving resulting in serious bodily injury.

Tristan Herrin faces one count of racing.

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