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13-year-old struck by vehicle in Lismore

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Just before 3.45pm yesterday (Thursday, 15 July, 2021), emergency services were called to the intersection of Elliott and Crown Streets, South Lismore, after reports a pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle.

Officers from Richmond Police District attended along with NSW Ambulance paramedics.

A 13-year-old boy was treated for minor injuries after being struck by a vehicle after getting off a bus. He was taken to Lismore Base Hospital for observation.

The bus driver, a 64-year-old, assisted police with their inquiries.

♦ Story updated 20 July, 2021


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2 COMMENTS

  1. He wasn’t hit by the bus. He was hit by a car after he ran out in front of the bus. Please get your facts correct.

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