Child Injured in Accident in Milwaukee, Expected to Survive
MILWAUKEE, WI – According to an online news report at kbjr6.com, a child sustained injuries after being struck by a vehicle over the weekend.*
The Milwaukee police indicate that the child is expected to survive the accident. The crash occurred on the northwest side of Milwaukee in the nighttime hours over the weekend.
Per authorities, the child’s injuries are not life-threatening. It appears that alcohol, distracted driving and, reckless driving were not contributing factors in the crash. The driver was not taken into custody following the crash. It is not clear from the report how the accident occurred. The identity of the child and the driver of the vehicle have not been released to the public.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that this accident comes two days after an operator of a vehicle ran a red light and hit a six-year-old girl, her four-year-old sister, and ten-year-old cousin as they crossed a roadway located in northern Milwaukee. The six-year-old died at the scene while the other two children sustained critical injuries.
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