Child injured during hit-and-run crash in Broward
Detectives are investigating a hit-and-run crash that left a child injured on Thursday afternoon in Broward County.
According to Gerdy St. Louis, a spokeswoman for the Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the intersection of Northwest 43 Street and Fifth Avenue in Oakland Park.
Oakland Park Fire Rescue personnel decided the child needed treatment at a nearby hospital. St. Louis said the child suffered non-life-threatening injuries. There was a white bag on the road that had red stains.
A child was injured during a hit-and-run crash on Thursday in Broward County. A bag with red stains and a Toyota Camry were within the area deputies closed off with crime scene tape during the investigation.
St. Louis did not release a description of the vehicle involved, nor was she able to confirm dispatch’s reports that a sports utility vehicle struck a toddler who was at Broward Health Medical Center for treatment.
Crime scene tape surrounded a parked black Toyota Camry nearby. There was a pair of black, white, and red Nautica sneakers on the trunk of the Toyota. The driver’s side window was open.
Deputies were asking anyone with information about the case to call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.
This is a developing story.