Girl, 4, dies after an SUV plows through a Florida daycare's playground as teen driving without license is arrested

A FOUR-YEAR-OLD girl has died after being hit by a teen driving without a license outside a daycare center, police say.

Cops said two children were injured following the incident in Arcadia, Florida that happened around 4:30pm local time on Wednesday afternoon.

A four-year-old girl was hit by the SUV and was taken to hospital where she died.

Meanwhile, a five-year-old girl suffered serious injuries and is being treated in hospital. Their identities have not been revealed.

Kiara Rishelle Morant, 18, was arrested and charged for driving without a valid license.

Troopers said that she suffered minor injuries as she lost control of her vehicle.

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The driver traveled over a concrete curb, hit a street sign, metal post, and wooden support post.

Her car went through a fence and hit the two girls before being stopped by a tree in the playground, NBC2 reported.

Witnesses said the SUV started to smoke following the impact of the crash, Wink News reported.

Several kids were at the Imagination Station Learning Center at the time of the incident.

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Morant was released on a $120 bond but cops say that more charges could be filed against the 18-year-old.

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Cops say she lived around half a mile from the daycare center.

Their investigation remains ongoing.

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