Philadelphia police conducted an around-the-clock manhunt over the weekend for two suspects in a carjacking that left three children dead and their mother in critical condition. Cops say two men -- one Black, one Hispanic -- carjacked a real estate agent at gunpoint Friday morning and drove around the city at high speeds while holding the woman, whose name has not been released, in the backseat, Lt. John Stanford said.

The stolen SUV struck a family working at a street-corner fruit stand in north Philadelphia, killing 10-year-old Thomas Reed. Seven-year-old Terrence Moore and Keiearra Williams, 15, died at a hospital. They were the children of 34-year-old Keisha Williams, who is still in critical condition, according to Giselle Zayon of Temple University Hospital.

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