Nine-year-old boy injured near Hemswell Cliff moved to Leeds hospital
A nine-year-old boy who sustained serious injuries in a crash near Hemswell Cliff has been transferred to a hospital in Leeds.
Police said that the boy, who was injured after a collision with a black Ford Escort at around 6pm yesterday near the Post Office on the A631, suffered head injuries in the incident.
Officers say that the injuries he sustained are serious but not life-threatening.
The boy was originally airlifted to Hull Royal Infirmary after the crash, but was transferred to a hospital in Leeds over night.
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The A631 between Harpswell Roundabout and Caenby Corner was shut for around three hours yesterday after the accident, but has since reopened.
Several emergency service vehicles were at the scene of the collision.
The driver of the Ford Escort is said to be from the Doncaster area.
Police are appealing for information about the incident. To contact them, call 101.