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  • "
    Ceasar wrote:
    Not quite sure how he was in a 'collision' with a car. Was he running fast in the opposite direction and crashed? Running fast behind the car and failed to stop ?

    Or, was he RUN OVER ?

    Thank god he only has a broken leg, as if that is'nt bad enough, Speedy recovery young man.
    Because this is a neutral way of describing the accident without prejudging fault on either side.

    Of course there are always those who automatically assume that the car driver must be at fault, and then go on to propose reducing speed limits to 10 mph everywhere..."
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Boy hurt in crash near Larkmead School

First published in News

A boy suffered a suspected broken leg after a collision with a car near Larkmead School in Abingdon this afternoon.

The boy, who police said was believed to be a pupil at the Faringdon Road school, was injured just before 3.20pm.

The driver of a Mercedes car was being interviewed by police, a spokesman said.

He added the boy suffered a serious injury, believed to be a broken leg.

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