In the state of Michigan, police officers are reviewing the circumstances surrounding a crash between a vehicle and a pedestrian. The pedestrian accident took place on Wednesday around 5:40 p.m. after a driver struck an 18-month-old boy on Sheridan Line Road. Police later told reporters that the boy sustained serious injuries, but is expected to live. The driver, a 49-year-old man from Croswell, had been traveling westbound when the toddler ran into the road.
At this time, officers say that the driver was not speeding and they do not believe he was under the influence of alcohol during the collision. The young victim was rushed to Children's Hospital of Detroit for treatment following the crash and is expected to recover from his injuries. Were you hit by a motor vehicle while waking? If so, take the time to set up an initial case evaluation with a Michigan personal injury lawyer from our team by contacting Freedman & Freedman today. Once contacted, we'll review the circumstances surrounding your accident and injuries and inform you of your rights as a victim.