Two Juveniles Seriously Injured After Hit by Vehicle in DeKalb County, Georgia
DEKALB COUNTY, GA. – According to a news story reported online at fox5atlanta.com, two juveniles were seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle in DeKalb County, Georgia. Authorities investigating the incident have released little information regarding the crash at this time, and it is not clear if charges will be filed.*
The accident happened during the afternoon at a crossing of two roads in DeKalb County. The DeKalb County Police Department and Fox 5 report that a car struck two people at the intersection of Rays Road and Rockbridge Road. It is not clear where the two were walking at the time of the accident — whether they were in the roadway or on the side of the road.
No description of the vehicle involved was provided, other than to say it was a car. The make and model of the car were not reported. The circumstances of the accident are not fully reported, and investigators did not say what factors might have played a role in the collision.
Fox 5 reports that the two pedestrians were injured in the collision, and emergency responders transported them to a nearby hospital for treatment. The report says they are both juveniles, but their ages are not reported. Their injuries were described as serious. No current conditions were provided.
The driver of the car was not named in the report, and no identifying information about him or her was released. The DeKalb County Police Department is still in the process of investigating the accident, and officers have not yet said whether charges are anticipated.
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