Pedestrian hurt in northeast London, Ont. fell from vehicle, police say
London police say a young male pedestrian injured Thursday evening fell from a moving vehicle.
Officers were called to the 1600 block of Huron Street around 7 p.m. for reports of a teen boy struck by a vehicle.
However, police say their investigation found the boy, who was on a scooter, had grabbed onto the rear handle of a moving vehicle as it passed.
The boy then reported fell from the scooter and was struck by the vehicle he was holding on to.
He suffered serious, but not life-threatening injuries in the incident and was treated in hospital.
Police say no charges are being laid in the incident.
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