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The Death of a 4-year-old Child in Beloit Has Been Judged an Accident; No Charges Have Been Brought
A youngster of that age who was struck by a vehicle and later died on Saturday was not going to face any charges, according to the Beloit police department. At approximately 9:40 in the morning, the youngster was reportedly struck by a vehicle in the vicinity of the youth sports complex located in the 3300 block of Prairie Avenue, according to the police. The child was brought to a nearby hospital, however, they did not survive their stay there.
A child who was struck by a vehicle and was near a sports complex has died, according to the Beloit police. On Monday, police stated that there was no violation of any traffic laws during the incident that occurred. The child was said to have fallen while walking through a parking lot, according to the police. The individual operating the vehicle was unable to see the child in time to avoid colliding with them.
The police stated that the report was validated by a number of witnesses and that the motorist was neither fast nor distracted at the time of the incident. There will be no charges brought against the driver, nor will there be any tickets issued to the child’s family members as a result of the occurrence.
In a post on Facebook, the police said, “Our hope is that the community can show compassion toward this family, the driver, the witnesses, the child’s teammates, off-duty medical professionals who provided support at the scene, and the first responders who did everything thing they could to try to save this child.”
“Our hope is that the community can show compassion toward this family, the driver, the witnesses, the child’s teammates, off-duty medical professionals who provided support at the scene, and the first responders “I want to express my gratitude for your perseverance while we conducted our investigation into this dreadful catastrophe.”
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