Child Reportedly Hit by Minivan in Lexington

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/01 4:26 pm
Just before 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, a child was reportedly hit by a minivan on Whitney Avenue.

A family member said the 13-year-old was riding his bike when the front bumper of the minivan struck him, resulting in a broken leg and a broken arm.

ABC 36 crews are on the scene. We will provide the latest details as they become available, with a detailed report on our 5 and 6pm broadcasts.
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