A FIVE-year-old boy has been rushed to hospital after allegedly being hit by a car outside of a primary school.
The shocking incident reportedly happened just outside Antonine Primary in Bonnybridge, Scotland, at around 3.13pm yesterday.
Cops and emergency services rushed to the scene with the boy hospitalised after the alleged collision.
A 26-year-old woman has since been reported in connection with a road traffic offence.
Officers said that Broomhill Road was closed for a short time after the incident before being reopened.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers were called to Broomhill Road, Bonnybridge at around 3.15pm on Wednesday, January 25, following a collision involving a child pedestrian and car.
“Emergency services attended and the five-year-old boy was taken to hospital by ambulance.
“The road was closed for a short time and reopened by 4.05pm. A 26-year-old woman will be reported in connection with a road traffic offence.”
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