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Police Officer Pays Injured Boy A Surprise Visit

Thursday February 4th, 2016, 2:44pm

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A Chatham-Kent Police officer paid a surprise visit to a little boy who was injured in an accident in January.

It was on January 29th that the boys 25-year-old mom was pushing him in his stroller. As she crossed Queen Street, the stroller was hit by a motorist who was turning left from Park Avenue onto Queen Street.

The two-year-old boy in the stroller was injured and transported to the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. He was later transferred to London for further medical treatment.

The boy has since been released from hospital. This morning, Constable John Hicks paid the boy and his mother a visit. The boy was given a ‘monkey’ to help him recover.

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