GAINESVILLE - The Georgia State Patrol said Sunday night charges are pending in an incident where four children were injured by a car that rolled into them as they playing outside a house in northwest Hall County.<br />
The Georgia State Patrol said the incident happened on Price Way off Sardis Road in Hall County Sunday afternoon.<br />
Troopers said a parked vehicle rolled out of a carport, down a driveway and into a neighbor's yard across the street. The car struck the four children, who were sitting under a tree.<br />
A 5-year-old and an 8-year-old were airlifted to Egleston Children's Hospital in Atlanta. The other two children, both 1 year of age, were transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center.<br />
The children have been identified as Julian Rangeo, 8, Sebastian Rangeo, 5, Emilee Guerra, 1 and Savannah Brown, 1. <br />
The owner of the vehicle that hit the children is Oleksandra Y. Myrna, 32, according to investigators.
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