Hit-and-Run incident leaves primary school girl hospitalized
Friday, March 20, 2015.GWEN NUNEZ GONZALEZ Reporting: Juan and Dora Gonzalez, parents of Jamilette Gonzalez, who is a student at Raymond Sheppard Primary School in Roaring Creek are asking the public’s assistance in identifying the motorcyclist responsible for the condition of their child.
According to the Mr. Gonzalez his daughter was hit on March 19th by a blue motorcycle or scooter that had two Hispanic men traveling from the Eastern direction heading to the western direction.
Jamilette is now at the Western Regional hospital with injuries to her face, arm and right foot. Her front teeth were lost in the incident.
The 8 year old Std. II student is in heavy pain and needs a CAT Scan because of abrasions to the head.
If anyone knows the driver or whereabouts please call the nearest police station.
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