Sunday, January 28, 2001

Boy struck by car in serious condition

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        AMELIA — A 9-year-old Amelia boy was taken by helicopter to Children's Hospital Medical Center Saturday afternoon after being hit by a car on Ohio 125.

        William M. Tansey was cut on the head and suffered several broken bones, but didn't have internal injuries, according to the Batavia post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

        William was listed in serious condition Saturday night at the hospital.

        A 17-year-old Bethel girl who was driving east at about 50 mph hit William, who was crossing the highway near Holly Lanes, east of Amelia. She was traveling within the speed limit, according to police.

        There is no crosswalk or traffic light at that spot.


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