Fed Ex Truck Hits Boy in Killeen Bicycle Accident

A 12-year-old boy was injured when he was struck by a Fed Ex truck on Friday afternoon. Police said he was riding his bike at the time of the Killeen accident.

As a result of the bicycle accident, the boy was transported to an area hospital for the treatment of injuries he endured as a result of the collision.

Authorities said the boy was struck while riding his bicycle on Atlas Avenue, near the intersection of Wagon Wheel Drive. The boy experienced fractured bones and injuries to his face.

Though the boy was injured in the truck accident, the driver of the Fed Ex truck was not injured. Police said he was not ticketed or cited at the scene of the Killeen bicycle accident.

Police believe the boy may have failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection. The Fed Ex truck hit the back wheel of the bicycle as a result.

The boy’s name was not released nor was the identity of the Fed Ex truck driver revealed.

Central Texas Bicycle Accident Lawyers

Pedestrian and bicycle accidents in the Central Texas region are increasingly common, especially because of the warming weather temperatures and abundance of outdoor activities. Despite the number of cyclists, walkers, joggers and children partaking in outdoor activities where vehicles frequent, playing close attention, especially in regions near schools and neighborhoods filled with young people, is vital to protecting oneself, other drivers and pedestrians alike.

If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian or cycling accident involving a vehicle, call our bicycle accident lawyers in Austin, Killeen, Temple and across the state for a free initial case evaluation. With investigators and registered nurses right on staff, our attorneys have access to important resources and professionals who are experienced in their specific fields and able to research occurrences, look through medical records and help reveal some of the important details related to our clients injuries and accidents. Don’t wait until witnesses are more difficult to locate and evidence dissipates to call for help. Call 24/7. We care. We can help.

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