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Cleveland stabbing victim kills kid with car

The scene of the incident from our station, WOIO The scene of the incident from our station, WOIO
CLEVELAND (WOIO) -

Two people are dead after a stabbing and car crash on Cleveland's east side Thursday night.

Authorities say the incident happened in the 3000 block of E. 125th Street shortly after 9 p.m.

The preliminary investigation reveals that the suspect, identified as 29-year-old Kimberly Black and the stabbing victim, 29-year-old Sharice Swain, were in a car parked in Black's driveway when they got into an argument.

During the fight, Black went into her home, returned with a weapon, and stabbed Swain several times in the face and neck.

Swain then stepped on the gas pedal, striking the suspect's two children and a house.

The two children, 1 and 2-year-old little girls, were taken to a local children's hospital where the 2-year-old girl died.

Her 1-year-old sister is currently being treated for non-life threatening injuries. 

Swain died at the hospital.

Police say that after the stabbing, Black took off her clothes, and fled the scene on foot.

She was later taken into custody in the area of E. 123rd and Soika Avenue.

She is currently being held in the Division's Central Prison Unit awaiting charges.

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