Teenager hit by car at Coatbridge bus stop rushed to hospital as police launch probe

The incident happened on Tuesday, June 4
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A teenager was blue-lighted to hospital on Tuesday, June 4, after he was struck by a car at a bus stop in Lanarkshire.

Emergency services raced to the scene on Whifflet Street in Coatbridge at around 5pm. The boy was struck directly at the bus stop, located after a speed camera, heading towards the A25.

The teenager was taken to hospital where he was assessed for injuries - the extent of his injuries are unknown.

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Police Scotland are now appealing for information as their enquiries continue.

Police Constable Emma Gibney said: “Enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances and we are appealing for anyone who saw what happened to get in touch or anyone who may have dash cam footage capturing the incident”

If you can help please contact Police Scotland on 1010, quoting incident number 2695 of Tuesday 4th of June 2024, or make a call anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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