MOUNTAIN BROOK, Ala. (WIAT) — A woman is facing a charge of reckless manslaughter after a crash left her 10-year-old daughter dead in July.

According to Mountain Brook police, Sarah Kathleen Cumbest Mullican is charged with reckless manslaughter and felony attempting to elude after Annabelle Mullican was killed in a single-vehicle crash on July 22.

Police said that on the day of the crash, an officer attempted to pull over an SUV on Cherokee Road around 5:30 pm. The driver of the SUV reportedly proceeded to speed away and threw two items out of the driver’s side door prior to crashing.

Mullican and two children were taken to a local hospital for treatment following the crash. Annabelle Mullican would later die from her injuries at Children’s of Alabama.

Tommy Spina, attorney for Mullican, released the following statement Thursday:

“This is such a tragic event with so many far reaching collateral consequences on so many levels to so many people. We are arranging for her surrender on the warrants that were issued late yesterday. I hope this tragedy causes others to pause and reflect about how life can turn about so quickly and to think about consequences before they act. Please keep Annabelles family, friends and the community affected by this event  in your thoughts and prayers ”