HOMESTEAD (CBSMiami) – A devastated family is left planning the funeral of a 3-year-old boy struck and killed while selling Valentine’s Day gifts with his parents.

Anthony de Leon was killed by an out of control driver on Friday.

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Witnesses said a late model Dodge Charger careened through the family’s roadside tent and hit him.

Cellphone video shows the moment it happened.

“I heard everybody screaming and I just ran over there, I saw them trying to lift the car, I didn’t know why,” said witness Alex Correa.

Correa is a mechanic who was working across the street. He quickly learned everyone was trying to lift the car because a young boy was trapped underneath.

“A guy got a pipe, I don’t know from where, I put it under it and that helped a little bit you know. So we all just lifted the passenger’s side,” he said.

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Another mechanic brought in heavy equipment and pulled the child out.

“I’ve never seen anything like that,” Correa said.

The 3-year-old was airlifted to Kendall Regional Hospital.

Florida highway Patrol said he never made it.

For those who tried to help it was tough news to hear.

“I wish I could’ve done more, you know,” Correa said. “Honestly, I wish I could’ve done something quicker, but sometimes these things just happen.”

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Witnesses said the driver and passenger inside the dodge stayed on scene both distraught. There are charges pending for that driver.