Waco, TX – 3-Year-Old Injured In Pedestrian Crash On South 12th Street
Waco, TX (April 24, 2019) – On Tuesday, April 23, Waco Police responded to the scene of a pedestrian accident in the 800 block of South 12th Street.
According to police, a three-year-old boy was playing with a ball in his front yard. Somehow, the ball got away from him and the young boy chased the ball into the roadway where he was struck by a motor vehicle who was passing by.
The young boy was transported to Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest Medical Center, accompanied by his mother, for a leg fracture.
Our thoughts are with the injured young child and his family at this time. We hope that he will make a full recovery.
Pedestrian Accidents In Texas
Every year, thousands of Texans are injured in pedestrian accidents. Unfortunately, children are at an increased risk of sustaining broken bones and other life-altering injuries. When children are injured in pedestrian accidents, parents should contact a Texas pedestrian accident attorney as soon as possible. Families may be entitled to restitution for lost wages, medical expenses, and more.
The Benton Law Firm’s accident injury attorneys in Texas work diligently to help those harmed get justice and compensation they deserve. Our firm has helped clients obtain successful outcomes on even some of the most challenging claims. Contact our child injury attorneys in Texas at (214) 219-4878 to get help now.
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