• May 11, 2017

7-Year-Old Hurt in Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Accident on Katribe Street in Bloomington, TX

Bloomington, TX -- A vehicle vs. pedestrian incident in Bloomington, TX left an unidentified 7-year-old child with injuries Saturday, May 6, 2017.

The incident took place on Katribe Street around noon.

It's unclear exactly what occurred, but it appears the child was struck by a vehicle. The collision left the child with non-life threatening injuries. Local police officials have yet to determine the exact cause of the incident.

The child's identity and current condition remain undisclosed.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

There was no further information made available by the report.

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