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NJ cops get new training in vehicle versus pedestrian accidents


Lucas K. Murray
Gloucester County Times

CLEMENTON, N.J. — "Skippy" never had a chance. The small hatchback came speeding through the parking lot before it tossed aside the 45-pound boy and the bicycle he was riding like they were nothing. Both the bike and the boy went careening through the air.

The force was enough to shatter the car's windshield as it literally knocked Skippy out of his shoes. Pieces of his forehead were embedded in the fractured glass.

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