Tel Aviv hit-and-run leaves 8-year-old in hospital with head injuries

December 11, 2013 06:51


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An eight-year-old boy is in moderate condition after being injured in a hit and run accident in Tel Aviv, Israel police say.

The boy, who was cycling with his mother when the incident occurred on Weizmann Street,was conscious following the incident, but suffered a head injury.

After his mother contacted Magen David Adom, paramedics immediately transported the boy to Tel Aviv's Tel Hashomer Hospital.

Police say shortly after the incident, the driver abandoned his car and fled.

The investigation is ongoing.

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