Police say a boy who suffered personal injuries when he was struck by an oncoming car after running into the street on January 21 was listed in good condition the following day.
The boy, 10-year-old Fayetteville resident Terius Copper, received treatment at the scene after being struck by a vehicle at approximately 3 p.m.
According to police, Copper was running from his home, across from Howard Health and Life Sciences High School, to the school’s parking lot when he suddenly stopped and attempted to run back to his house.
As Copper attempted to run back across the road, he was hit by a red Pontiac Grand Am, which knocked him to the sidewalk.
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