Donovan Eskander Car Accident: 12-year-old boy killed in Strongsville

Donovan Eskander Car Accident
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A 12-year-old Strongsville boy named Donovan Eskander, was struck by a car and killed Thursday night, according to police. The incident happened in the 16000 block of Prospect Road.

Donovan Eskander Car Accident

The boy, identified by police as Donaven Eskander, was found unconscious on the street, according to 911 callers. The incident happened in the 16000 block of Prospect Road.

The Strongsville Police Department and Strongsville Emergency Medical Services were called to the scene just after 9 p.m. to respond to a crash involving a pedestrian, police said.

Donovan Eskander Car Accident
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Strongsville Fire and Emergency Medical Services were the first to arrive and took immediate life-saving measures.

Eskander was taken to South West General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to police.

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Donovan Eskander Cause of Death

Donovan Eskander cause of death was a tragic car accident that occurred while he was riding his bike.

At present, the specific circumstances of the incident are still under investigation. Authorities are working to determine the cause of the accident and what contributed to the collision.

Donovan Eskander Obituary

The community came together to offer support and condolences to Donovan’s family following this tragic event. Losing a young child is a heartbreaking experience and our thoughts and prayers are with them as they go through this immense grief.

Dr. Cameron M. Ryba, superintendent for the Strongsville City Schools, provided this statement:

“It is with a heavy heart that I share that Donaven Eskander, 8th grade student at Strongsville Middle School was struck by a car on Thursday evening and has died. Losing someone close, such as a friend / peer is always tragic and a loss like this can have a profound effect on students. It is important that we recognize this loss and offer help. This is a sensitive issue for many children and each child will react to a situation like this differently. We suggest that you talk to your children about their feelings associated with this news and observe their reaction over the next several weeks.

Dr. Cameron M. Ryba, superintendent for the Strongsville City Schools

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