Mo. boy hurt in accident involving police chief's car
By Kim Bell
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
OVERLAND, Mo. — The police chief of Overland was patrolling an elementary school at afternoon dismissal Tuesday to see for himself the traffic congestion that has irked parents trying to pick up kids and school administrators trying to direct cars.
As Police Chief James Herron patrolled a particularly busy stretch in front of Iveland Elementary, his unmarked patrol car came into contact with a third-grade boy. The boy, 9, was knocked to the ground, suffering scrapes and bruises. He was rushed to a hospital for X-rays but suffered no broken bones.
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