Christin R. was just at dinner when she heard a loud squeak and a bang outside the door. She went to the window and saw two cars and an injured person: “There was a little boy lying there,” the witness said. She ran barefoot into the street. “I first checked to see if the boy had a pulse,” she said. But there was no pulse.Then the “guys” got out of the cars “and yelled at me not to touch the kid.” She and a man who came running to the rescue tried to revive the boy and put him in a stable lateral position. “We were not allowed to do that because they were yelling at us and were very violent at us,” she remembers. Her son then fetched a towel to at least cover the child.More and more people came to the scene of the accident after the bang, says Christin R. 40 to 50 people were standing around. Later, the boy’s sister joined them – she had heard this from other witnesses. Her mother is in hospital and is expecting a baby. Christin R. then went back into the house, “to calm the children down, because they have witnessed this.Shortly before 9 pm a Mercedes driver (31) had crashed his car into the little boy – the force of the impact threw him against a bus stop. The child was seriously injured in the accident and taken to hospital. He died there a little later. In the evening he and two other children had run across a busy road. They remained uninjured.In an interview with Radio RTL, Marko Laske, spokesman for the Dresden police, said: “It has turned out, according to witnesses, that there is at least the suspicion that an illegal car race has also taken place here. Accordingly, the investigations into negligent homicide in road traffic against the 31-year-old Syrian have been expanded.” A 23-year-old also Syrian BMW driver who was involved in the accident is also being investigated.