Boy, 14, sustained ‘potentially life-threatening’ head injury when hit by car in St Neots

14:33 03 February 2014


A 14-year-old boy suffered a life-threatening head injury when he was hit by a car in St Neots yesterday (Sunday).

He is still in a serious condition at Addenbrooke’s Hopsital, in Cambridge, after he was hit by a Ford Galaxy on Huntingdon Street at about 11.10am.

The East of England Ambulance Service sent a car and two ambulances to the scene. A spokesman said: “It was quite a serious accident. He has suffered potentially life-threatening head injuries.”

Police are still investigating the incident.

INFORMATION: If you witnessed the incident, call Cambridgeshire police on 101.


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