After being hit by a car in the city center, a 2-year-old boy is still struggling for his life.
A toddler remains in critical condition after being hit by a car in Liverpool city centre on Wednesday.
After being engaged in a violent crash on Duke Street at 7.30 p.m. on June 9, the two-year-old kid was brought to the hospital.
After the child was hit by a VW Golf, many police cars and an ambulance hurried to the site, and the roadway was closed off.
At the scene, the motorist came to a complete stop.
Merseyside Police confirmed this evening that the two-year-old was still struggling for his life.
“We are continuing to appeal for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision in Liverpool city centre,” a spokesperson said after the incident.
“At about 7.30 p.m., the ambulance service received a report of a collision on Duke Street involving a VW Golf and a two-year-old boy.” A short time later, officers were notified.
“The child was rushed to the hospital and is in a critical but stable condition right now. The driver came to a halt at the scene to aid with the investigation. CCTV, witness, and forensic investigations are all ongoing.”
Witnesses are being urged to speak forward.
“Officers are supporting the boy’s family in what is undoubtedly a sad moment,” said Carl McNulty, Matrix Roads Policing Inspector.
“Anyone who witnessed the incident and has yet to come forward is welcome to speak with us.”
Anyone who witnessed the incident or recorded anything on CCTV or dashcam is asked to contact police via 0151 777 5747, email: [email protected], Twitter: @MerPolCC, or Facebook: ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre,’ with reference 21000404008.