Juvenile hurt by hit-and-run driver near Sam Houston High School
HOUSTON, TX — A juvenile was left injured Monday morning after being hit by a vehicle while walking to Sam Houston Math, Science, and Technology Center High School in north Houston, reports ABC13.
Two Houston Police Department patrol vehicles were seen responding to the scene on Irving Boulevard between the Family Dollar store and the high school campus at around 8:00 a.m.
The circumstances behind the incident remain unclear at this time, but the caller told dispatchers the child was crossing the road toward the school when they were struck by a vehicle whose driver failed to stop and render aid.
The victim was said to be a student at the high school, but no other information regarding their identity or condition has been disclosed.
Following the incident, multiple witnesses provided varying descriptions of the suspect vehicle, but authorities have not yet released any specific details to the public.
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