Child is OK after being hit on bike by car
Updated as of Saturday, September 1, 2018 3:25 PM
The mother of Allison Dieterle of Prescott told the Courier today, Sept. 1, that the 9-year-old girl is doing well.
"She was hit at about 25 mph and knocked unconscious," said Jamie Wilcox.
After three hours at Yavapai Regional Medical Center, all test results came back fine, Wilcox said.
Wilcox said the driver stayed at the scene to talk with police, but was not cited.
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The Daily Courier has been receiving reports from the public through phone calls, emails and social media that a 9-year-old child on a bicycle was hit by a car Friday evening.
Shortly after 6 p.m., police dispatch reported a child was struck by a car in the Prescott area, at Whetstine and Ruth Street. Calls for a helicopter went out as well.
The Courier has reached out to authorities in Prescott but has not been able to independently confirm these reports or get more information.
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