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A woman is now facing charges in an incident that injured four children in metro Atlanta.
According to WSB-TV in Atlanta, the children were hospitalized after a parked car rolled out of a carport in Hall County on Sunday evening, Georgia State Patrol officials said.
Officials said a parked vehicle rolled out of a carport, down the driveway and into the neighbor's yard across the street, where four children were sitting under a tree.
Five-year-old Sebastian Rangeo and 8-year-old Julian Rangeo were airlifted to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston. Sebastian is in good condition, officials said.
Emilee Guerra and Savannah Brown, both 2 years old, were transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center, officials said. Both have been released.
Police said the car was parked in the driveway for 30 minutes before it began to roll. Troopers believe the car was not in gear and are investigating whether the parking brake was on and working properly.
The owner of the car, Oleksandra Y. Myrna, was charged with four counts of reckless conduct. She can turn herself in anytime within the next two days.