Update: Boy, 10, hit by car near Norwich Road in Ipswich - No action taken over driver
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A 10-YEAR-OLD boy has been rushed to hospital after being hit by a car.
The incident happened on the junction between Bulwer Road and Bramford Road, near Norwich Road, in Ipswich at around 5.50pm.
The boy has been taken to Ipswich Hospital in an ambulance with his parents after being hit by a blue Volkswagen Polo.
It is believed the boy has suffered minor leg injuries.
A police spokesman said the driver has not been arrested.
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The spokesman added: “The boy ran out in front of a car. It is suspected he has suffered minor legs.
“We have spoken to the driver and are not taking any further action. He has not been arrested.”
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An ambulance spokesman said paramedics arrived at 5.53pm and took the boy to Ipswich Hospital,
The spokesman added: “It is not believed to be a serious injury.”
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