New details emerge about driver in crash that killed 7-month-old

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Moments before a Toyota RAV4 crashed into 7-month-old Micah Ferebee, the owner of a used car dealership said the driver had driven the SUV off his lot.

Adam Barre of Barre Auto Sales said 31-year-old Muhuba  Mohamed told him she would drive the SUV to the bank to get the $4,622 listed on the invoice and come back.

He said he knew her from a previous sale, so he let her drive the car.

But Mohamed never made it to the bank, because she crashed about 100 yards down the road.

This was not the first traffic incident for Mohamed. Five days prior to the fatal crash, she was cited in Delaware for failure to control.

A neighbor, who asked to not be identified, said surveillance cameras on his home show Mohamed never hitting the brakes after she hit the child and his father, 23-year-old Kenan Ferebee.

Mohamed’s SUV then hit his house less than 100 yards away.

“There was no traffic. She pulled out of the driveway, had an open road and went off the road,” he said.

He said he turned his video over to police to help them solve the case.

BMV records show Mohamed was driving on a temporary permit. By law, she must have a licensed driver in the car.

But the witness said his video shows there was only one person in the SUV.

Kenan’s family said he didn't suffer any broken bones, but he's badly bruised. They added they will not issue a statement until the driver is charged.