Child injured in New Vienna


A medical helicopter landed early Friday afternoon in the New Vienna area on Bernard Road after a 2-year-old was struck by a car. According to New Vienna Police Chief Clint Brown, the child was playing outside and ran “into the road as quick as a 2-year-old can” when a motorist, despite braking and swerving, struck the child. The child was flown by CareFlight to Dayton Children’s with a head injury and broken bones and in critical condition, Brown said; by the next day he had been upgraded to stable condition and he is expected to fully recover. Brown said the driver was not cited, saying that no alcohol or drugs were detected and speed was not a factor.


A medical helicopter landed early Friday afternoon in the New Vienna area on Bernard Road after a 2-year-old was struck by a car. According to New Vienna Police Chief Clint Brown, the child was playing outside and ran “into the road as quick as a 2-year-old can” when a motorist, despite braking and swerving, struck the child. The child was flown by CareFlight to Dayton Children’s with a head injury and broken bones and in critical condition, Brown said; by the next day he had been upgraded to stable condition and he is expected to fully recover. Brown said the driver was not cited, saying that no alcohol or drugs were detected and speed was not a factor.

A medical helicopter landed early Friday afternoon in the New Vienna area on Bernard Road after a 2-year-old was struck by a car. According to New Vienna Police Chief Clint Brown, the child was playing outside and ran “into the road as quick as a 2-year-old can” when a motorist, despite braking and swerving, struck the child. The child was flown by CareFlight to Dayton Children’s with a head injury and broken bones and in critical condition, Brown said; by the next day he had been upgraded to stable condition and he is expected to fully recover. Brown said the driver was not cited, saying that no alcohol or drugs were detected and speed was not a factor.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_FullSizeRender-1-1-1.jpgA medical helicopter landed early Friday afternoon in the New Vienna area on Bernard Road after a 2-year-old was struck by a car. According to New Vienna Police Chief Clint Brown, the child was playing outside and ran “into the road as quick as a 2-year-old can” when a motorist, despite braking and swerving, struck the child. The child was flown by CareFlight to Dayton Children’s with a head injury and broken bones and in critical condition, Brown said; by the next day he had been upgraded to stable condition and he is expected to fully recover. Brown said the driver was not cited, saying that no alcohol or drugs were detected and speed was not a factor.
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