A 16-year-old Fairfield County boy was injured after being hit by a 2003 Jeep Liberty at a busy intersection.
The incident took place in Bridgeport around 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, at the intersection of Stratford Avenue and East Main Street.
According to Sgt. Darryl Wilson, of the Bridgeport Police, officers responded to the scene after receiving several 911 calls of a serious crash.
The callers said a juvenile male was injured and unresponsive, he added.
American Medical Response, Bridgeport Fire Engine# 1, and the police officers were dispatched to the location. The 16-year-old was given medical attention and transported to Bridgeport Hospital by American Medical Response, Wilson said.
Wilson said the Bridgeport Police Serious Crash Team was able to determine a Blue 2003 Jeep Liberty, being driven by 25-year-old Elizandra Milibeth Stubbs-Perozo, was traveling east on Stratford Avenue when it attempted to turn left onto East Main Street and struck the teen on a black motorized bike in the middle of the intersection.
Stubbs-Perozo and a 14-year-old passenger didn't sustain any injuries from the collision.
The 16-year-old was listed in stable condition.
This incident is under investigation.
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