#Mom intentionally crashed her car in wreck that killed infant daughter: cops

#Mom intentionally crashed her car in wreck that killed infant daughter: cops

July 29, 2020 | 12:12pm

An Atlanta woman intentionally crashed her car into a vehicle carrying her 3-month-old daughter and the child’s father, killing the infant, police said.

Titayanna Phillips, 21, is facing charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in a crash on Monday that killed her daughter, Khy’undra Henderson, and injured the girl’s father, 27-year-old Undra Henderson, Atlanta police said.

An investigation revealed that Henderson, who was driving in a car with his daughter, was stopped at an intersection in northwest Atlanta at about 7 p.m. when Phillips deliberately struck Henderson’s vehicle, pushing it across a street, police said in a statement to The Post.

“Investigators believe the mother struck the vehicle more than one time and believe the collision was intentional, based on information gathered at the scene,” police said.

A neighbor who saw the crash said other witnesses then rushed to the car to rescue Henderson and his daughter, who were trapped inside their vehicle, WSB-TV reports.

The wreckage that left Titayanna Phillips' infant daughter dead
The wreckage that left Titayanna Phillips’ infant daughter dead11Alive

“We were in the house when we heard a boom,” neighbor Taranjela Jones told the station. “We saw her, the car was turned up sideways up against the tree, and she was ramming her car into the side of the car.”

The infant, who was rushed to a hospital in critical condition, later died from her injuries, police spokesman Steve Avery said.

Henderson, meanwhile, was listed in stable condition at Grady Hospital, Avery said Wednesday. He and his daughter are from Decatur, WXIA reports.

Phillips, who was taken into custody at the scene, was taken to the same hospital in stable condition. She was booked Tuesday into a Fulton County jail where she remains held without bond, online records show.

Homicide investigators are handling the ongoing investigation, police said.

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