Jan 22, 2023
Boy, 4, left ‘fighting for life’ after being hit by car outside station
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A FOUR-year-old boy is fighting for life after being hit by a car outside a south London Tube station.
The youngster suffered serious injuries after the collision at Wimbledon Park Tube station at 11.38am on Sunday.2The four-year-old was struck by the car outside Wimbledon Park Tube stationCredit: Google 2The youngster is fighting for his life after the collision on Sunday morning
0fficers said his parents were aware of the incident and that the driver stopped at the scene.
A police spokesperson said: “The driver of the car stopped at the scene.
"Enquiries are ongoing to establish how the collision occurred."
It comes as six people were injured in a horror hit-and-run after a car ploughed into pedestrians on Sunday evening.
The victims were struck by the wayward vehicle in Harringay, north London, at around 7.15pm.
Officers rushed to Green Lanes alongside paramedics and the London Fire Brigade amid reports of a car hitting pedestrians.
Chilling video footage appeared to show a black 4x4, with a dented bumper and damage above the front wheel, hurtling off as bystanders rushed over.Most read in The SunDOORS CLOSING Major sports store shutting its doors for goodWOAH, MAMA! Hoda calls out Jenna for having ‘nothing on' & asks her to skip segmentEFF-ING GREAT I hated my F-cup boobs after church school, now I make cash reviewing bikinisICY HOT I'm a country girl, men want to be my 'ice-fishing buddy' after seeing my NSFW 'fit
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3 dead, 4 hurt in Beverly Crest shooting
The shooting happened just after 2:30 a.m. on the 2700 block of Ellison Drive near Benedict Canyon, ABC7 reported.
Of the seven people who were shot, four were standing outside. The three who were killed were in a vehicle.
Their identities were not released, including ages or genders. Those who were injured were taken to a hospital; two were in critical condition.
Police said they did not have information on what led up to the shooting, or if it occurred at a residence. Police were going door to door in the neighborhood seeking any surveillance video.An aerial of homes in the vicinity of the Beverly Crest shooting. (Google Earth)
Beverly Crest, a neighborhood of multimillion-dollar homes, is east of Coldwater Canyon Drive and borders the city of Beverly Hills on the east, west and south. Sherman Oaks is to the north, Bel Air to the southwest.
The shooting was called in from a home that last sold for $2.39 million, according to Redfin. The home also has been listed for rent at more than $17,000 a month.
This is the third mass shooting in California this month.
The shooting comes a week after a massacre at a dance hall in Monterey Park left 11 dead and nine wounded and only days after a gunman opened fire on a pair of mushroom farms south of San Francisco on Monday, fatally shooting seven people and wounding one. The killings have dealt a blow to the state, which has some of the nation’s toughest firearm laws and lowest rates of gun deaths.
For the third straight year, the U.S. in 2022 recorded over 600 mass shootings in which at least four people were killed or injured, according to the Gun Violence Archive.Related Articles
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