Two teens accused in the deadly street racing crash on Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa are due in court Thursday afternoon.
A mother and her toddler were killed that day back in May and the teens have been in and out of court ever since.
Attorneys representing Cameron Herrin and John Barrineau are expected to give the judge another update on progress they’re making in preparing for trial.
Court documents show that witnesses and paramedics who responded to the scene have been requested to give statements that will be used during the trial.
Tampa police said Herrin was Barrineau and topped speeds of 100 miles per hour.
Herrin’s brother Tristan Herrin was riding in the car when the crash happened.
Cameraon Herrin’s mustang crashed into Jessica Raubenolt and her 21-month old daughter Lillia while they were trying to cross Bayshore Boulevard.
The mother and child were in town visiting from Ohio.
Since then, there’s been public outrage for changes and the city responded by adding more crosswalks and reducing the speed limit to 35 miles an hour.
The disposition hearing is set for 1:30 p.m. Thursday.