• May 24, 2019

Toddler Injured in Boston, MA, Police Cruiser Accident on Shawmut

Boston, MA -- May 20, 2019, a young girl was injured as the result of an accident where a police cruiser ran her over along Shawmut Avenue.

According to information released by the Boston Police Department, the incident happened along Shawmut Avenue in the evening hours of Monday.

Video footage shows that a Boston Police cruiser was pulling away from a curb along Shawmut. While doing so, there was a one-year-old girl near the cruiser. As the officer pulled away, the vehicle ran over the girl.

Emergency services transported the girl to a local hospital. It appears her injuries were non-life-threatening. No one else was injured.

Authorities have not given any additional details surrounding the incident.


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