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Teen Boy Injured in Pedestrian Crash on Cole Road


Boy Suffers Broken Bones in South Whittier Accident

Pedestrian Accident

South Whittier, CA (November 18, 2019) – A 13-year-old boy was hit by a car and injured in a South Whittier crash. The accident occurred on the afternoon of November 18 on Cole Road.

The teen, known as Nomar, was standing behind a parked car, waiting to cross the street. He attempted to cross the street, but was hit by a Toyota Camry. He was tossed up onto the car’s hood and windshield. He then flew through the air and landed on the pavement. 

The boy was hospitalized with major injuries, including several broken bones, but is expected to survive. The driver, identified as Gina Lo-Bue, remained at the accident scene.

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