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Posted on: December 2, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Police respond to child struck by vehicle CR# 13-78591

At 6:16 p.m., Frederick Police officers responded to the intersection of Old Camp Rd and Havilland Pl. for a report of a traffic collision where a pedestrian was struck.

Upon arrival of police, it was determined that a 10 year-old girl was crossing Old Camp Rd at Havilland Pl when she was struck by a passenger car traveling southbound on Old Camp Rd.

Frederick County Fire/Rescue units also responded and rendered emergency medical care to the victim then transferred her to MD State Police helecopter Trooper 3 for medical evacuation to Children’s’ National Hospital where she was admitted and is listed in stable condition.

A FPD Traffic Collision Reconstruction team responded to the scene to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the incident. The roadway was closed for approximately four hours.

The investigation continues and no charges have been filed at this time.

Report Number: 13-78591
Investigating Officers: OFC S. Temple & OFC D. Golden
Release prepared by: SGT E.G. Rocca

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