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10-Year-Old Hurt after Parade Float Crash on Loveland Lane and Kenworthy Road [Pinal County, AZ]

10-Year-Old Hurt after Parade Float Crash on Loveland Lane and Kenworthy Road [Pinal County, AZ]

10-Year-Old Hurt after Parade Float Crash on Loveland Lane and Kenworthy Road [Pinal County, AZ]

1 Injured in Pinal County Pedestrian Crash

 
PINAL COUNTY, AZ (September 30, 2019) – A 10-year-old sustained injuries after a parade float crash on Loveland Lane on September 26.
 
Officials with Rural Metro Fire Department revealed that the crews came Loveland Lane and Kenworthy Road at about 5:18 p.m. for a report of a car vs. pedestrian crash. Witnesses revealed that the child took part in a homecoming parade held in the area.
 
As he runs up to one of the floats to grab some candy, his right foot get caught under the float’s wheel of the float. The float’s tire then ran over the right side of his body.
 
A ground ambulance transported the child with non-life-threatening injuries to the hospital.
 
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