FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (WSPA) – A Fountain Inn mother is hoping to learn more information soon on a crash that killed her son.

“I’m going to miss him, we’re all going to miss him, justice for Cam,” said Jasmine Mitchell, the mother of Cameron Sweeney.

The Laurens County coroner said the car hit 7-year-old Cameron Sweeney on Kimbark Lane on March 25th.

He was airlifted to the hospital where he stayed until he passed away Saturday.

“He was just a sweet, loving kid and I just hate the fact that he’s gone and just the way he went out was just traumatizing,” said Mitchell. “I mean I’m just so hurt, I have no words.”

Now his family is pushing for others in the community to slow down and be aware.

“This is tragic, people need to watch their kids, be mindful in the streets when cars come through,” said Howard Harris, Sweeney’s grandfather.

The family said they’re eager to hear an update on this ongoing investigation as they continue to wait for answers. 

“It’s kind of hard on the family but we’ll get through this, I just want justice for my son,” said Mitchell.

The South Carolina Highway Patrol is leading this investigation.