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Child Struck By Vehicle In Edmond

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EDMOND, Oklahoma -

Emergency crews were called to the scene of an automobile-pedestrian crash involving a child in Edmond, Friday afternoon.

First responders were called to the crash near Fretz Ave. and W. Main St., just after 3 p.m. Police tell News 9 the child victim, an 11-year-old boy, was clipped by the vehicle and suffered a leg injury. That injury is not believed to be life threatening.  

The driver stayed at the scene and spoke to police. The driver was later allowed to leave. Police have not said if that person was cited.

Keep checking with News 9 and for more information.

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