• July 18, 2017

Amarillo, TX: 4-Year-Old Hurt in Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Accident on 42nd. Avenue

Amarillo, TX -- An incident involving a passenger vehicle and a 4-year-old child left the child with injuries Monday, July 17, 2017.

The collision happened on 42nd. Avenue in Amarillo, Texas. According to early media reports, the child was pushing a toy car at Van Buren and 42nd. For reasons unclear, the child was allegedly struck by a four-door grey Pontiac. The vehicle reportedly fled the scene of the incident.

The unidentified victim was taken to a nearby hospital, where they were last listed in serious condition.

Police say they are seeking any information regarding the crash.

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Commentary

As is often the case, media reports regarding the incident are lacking some important details. With hope, a more thorough, in-depth investigation into the collision will answer some important questions asked by the victim's family.

--Grossman Law Offices

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