Arlington police have released new details about yesterday’s pedestrian accident involving a Wakefield High School student on Four Mile Run Drive.
Police say the 15-year-old boy ran into the street while being chased by some fellow teens. He was struck by a car, suffering critical injuries. The driver remained on the scene.
In a press release, police ask for anyone who witnessed the accident to step forward.
The Arlington County Police Department, is investigating a critical accident that occurred yesterday afternoon in the 4500 block of Four Mile Run Drive. At approximately 3:35 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5, police responded for a pedestrian stuck by a vehicle.
Investigation revealed that a 15-year-old male ran into the street when chased by teenagers known to him. The accident is still under investigation. The driver of the striking vehicle stayed at the scene and is cooperating with police.
Police ask that anyone who witnessed the accident or has information relating to this incident call Detective Robert Icolari at (703) 228-4240.
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