Schoolboy injured on Dunscombe Road
A boy was rushed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, after he was struck by a car.
The accident occurred at 7.20 yesterday morning on Dunscombe Road, Warwick near the junction with South Road.
The pedestrian, a ten-year-old boy was rushed to the Emergency Ward by ambulance. His injuries were not life threatening.
According to a hospital spokeswoman the child was released after receiving treatment yesterday. The driver of the car, a 50-year-old Southampton man was not injured.
Police have launched an investigation into the cause of the accident. Anyone with information that could assist are urged to contact the police on the main number at 295-0011.
Meanwhile the 54-year-old Paget woman who was hit by a car as she was walking on the road is today listed in stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit.
The accident occurred near South Road and the Railway Trail in Paget on Tuesday morning. Police are also appealing for witnesses to that accident to come forward to assist with the investigation.
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