Child On Motorcycle Struck By Car, Was Wearing Helmet
- Doug Zanes
- March 11, 2019 Motorcycle Accidents
Kids just seem to be naturally attracted to motorcycles and it’s natural that they will want to take a ride. It is possible to take kids who insist on a ride with an adult motorcyclist. It does require, however, extra safety concerns to be taken into consideration beforehand. Thankfully, in this case, both riders were wearing helmets.
AZ Family.com reported on their website about an accident involving a motorcycle accident that happened in Phoenix on the night of Thursday, March 7th. A 10-year-old child was hurt in the accident when the motorcycle he was riding on was struck by a car.
Authorities say that the accident happened at the intersection of Bell Road and 19th Avenue at approximately Spokesperson for the Phoenix Fire Department, Captain Kenny Overton, said in a statement that the child was hurt in an accident with a motor vehicle. Both the motorcyclist and the child were wearing helmets at the time of the crash.
The child was transported to an area hospital for treatment. So far, no word has been released on his condition. The motorcyclist was treated at the scene for minor injuries.
The cause of the crash has not been determined and is still currently under investigation.
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