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The car park of the Ongar Shopping Centre. Google Maps

Boy hit by truck while walking to school

He was taken to Temple Street Children’s Hospital, where his condition is unknown.

A YOUNG BOY is in hospital after being hit by a truck during the morning school run.

The boy was hit by the heavy goods vehicle in the car park of the Ongar shopping centre in Dublin this morning.

It is understood that two others were also injured, though not seriously.

The boy, who is thought to be five, was taken to Temple Street Children’s Hospital, where his condition, gardaí say, is unknown.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident is asked to contact Blanchardstown Garda Station on 666 7000.

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