27/05/2015

Child Crushed Between Two Cars Seriously Injured

A child has been seriously injured after being crushed between two parked cars in Cornwall.

The incident happened on a private road near Glynn Barton in Bodmin on 22 May.

It is understood the three-year-old became trapped between the two cars after one of the vehicles rolled into a parked car at 6pm.

The boy, from London, was taken to Derriford Hospital with serious injuries.

He was later transferred to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol and is no longer described as being critical.

Police are appealing for witnesses.

(LM)

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