PITTSBURGH - A 16-year-old boy remains hospitalized Friday morning after he was hit by a car while riding a bicycle Thursday night in Pittsburgh’s Sheraden neighborhood.
Authorities said the accident happened at the intersection of Ladoga and Fayette streets around 8 p.m.
The impact of the collision threw the boy over the hood of the car, investigators said.
The teen, whose name hasn’t been released, suffered injuries to his head and hand.
The driver in the crash hasn’t been charged.
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