A six-year-old child is expected to live after being hit by a vehicle at the Spring Grove soccer fields in North Codorus Township Friday evening, police said in a news release Saturday. The boy, who was seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle in the parking lot near the fields, was flown by helicopter to Hershey Medical Center Friday night. The child is now in stable condition and the injuries appear to no longer be life threatening, police state in the release Saturday.
A former West Virginia man, who has ties to central Pennsylvania, is on the run after failing to report to jail following his recent conviction in the 2005 attack of his ex-girlfriend. Thundarr Jay Bentley was sentenced in Jefferson County, West Virginia, in April on a felony charge of unlawful assault. A judge ordered him to serve 104 weekends at the Eastern Regional Jail in Martinsburg, according to Jefferson County assistant prosecuting attorney Tim Helman.
A child was flown by helicopter to Hershey Medical Center on Friday night after a pedestrian struck call in North Codorus Township, according to York County 911. The age of the child was unknown. 911 said there were no other reported injuries. 911 received the pedestrian struck call around 6:30 p.m. on York Road (Route 116) in the area of Colonial Valley Road. Southwestern Regional Police is the investigating agency. The call was reported as a vehicle and a pedestrian, 911 said.
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