Batavia Pedestrian Accident Involving A SUV Hitting A Teenager

Teenager Hit By Car During Kane County Accident

There was a pedestrian accident Wednesday (May 23, 2018) morning in Batavia.  The accident involved a SUV hitting a teenager who was attempting to cross the street at the time of the accident.

An excerpt concerning the pedestrian accident, from the Chicago Sun-Times article of May 23, 2018 titled “Boy, 15, hit by car while crossing street in Batavia“:

The boy was crossing the street at 7:16 a.m. in the 1100 block of West Wilson Street in Batavia when he was hit by a 2011 Nissan Rogue that was eastbound on Wilson, according to a statement from Batavia police.

The boy was taken to Delnor Hospital in Geneva for treatment of his accident injuries.  Those injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening in nature, according to Batavia Police.

This Kane County pedestrian accident remains under investigation.  No citation or charges have (yet) been filed.

Additional Details Regarding Accident Involving SUV Hitting A Teenager

Additional details and possible updates concerning this accident involving a SUV hitting a teenager can be seen in the article mentioned above as well as the May 23 Northwest Herald article titled “Teenager struck by car in Batavia.”

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