Rednock School pupil thought to have been hit by vehicle in Dursley
A CHILD, believed to be a Rednock School pupil, suffered head and leg injuries after colliding with a vehicle after school.
At around 3.10pm on Thursday, October 3, the 12-year-old boy collided with the car just opposite Dursley Police Station on Kingshill Road and police officers attended to the young individual on the pavement.
A silver Peugeot 206 driven by a 17-year-old from Cam was also involved.
A Gloucestershire Police spokesman said: "The boy had sustained head and leg injuries which were not thought to be life-threatening or changing and was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital by land ambulance for treatment, but was released later that evening."
The spokesman added that no action was being taken against the driver.
A the time of the incident, police closed off the road from Sandpits roundabout to the roundabout on Kingshill Lane, with the large queues quickly dispersed as police officers directed the traffic through Everlands in Cam.
At the time, the Gloucestershire Police wrongly said that a blue Mercedes E-class was also involved but was in fact just a witness to the incident.
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