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Boy taken to hospital after Queen Street crash

Posted on - 17th July, 2017 - 7:26am | Author - | Posted in - Avenham, News, Preston City Centre
Queen Street was closed following the incident Pic: Google
Queen Street was closed following the incident Pic: Google

A seven-year-old boy is in hospital following a crash in Preston city centre on Sunday afternoon.

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Preston Police shut Queen Street, near the retail park – which includes Aldi and The Range – shortly after 4pm.

Police confirmed a boy had been hurt in the incident, which they described as a ‘serious road traffic collision’.

The air ambulance was called and landed at the retail park.

Read more: Schoolgirl has broken leg after Fulwood crash

Queen Street was closed at the London Road junction and Manchester Road junction for around five hours with traffic diverted out through Frenchwood.

The boys injuries are not known at this stage.

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