10-Year-Old Child Hospitalized Scooter vs Vehicle Crash on Vermont Avenue near 7th Street
LOS ANGELES, CA (August 7, 2023) – Thursday afternoon, a 10-year-old child suffered injuries after a scooter crash on Vermont Avenue.
The accident took place at about 5:00 p.m., on July 27th at the intersection of Vermont Avenue and Seventh Street.
According to the CHP, the child was riding a rental scooter in the area when a driver struck him for unknown reasons.
Paramedics arrived and rushed the child to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.
The child had no identification on him at the time of the crash, police had to rely on the public to help them identify him and notify his parents or legal guardians.
Authorities eventually identified and located the parents, and the juvenile was reunited with them on Friday morning.
On the other hand, the involved driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with the officials. They said that the driver did not show any signs of impairment.
Authorities did not release any additional information at this time. However, the cause of the crash on Vermont Avenue and the factors involved remain under investigation.
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