A young boy was riding his bicycle in front of his Arkansas home recently when he was struck by a vehicle. A neighbor was on his front porch and witnessed the car accident. The neighbor said that the boy had stopped prior to be hitting by the vehicle. He also said that he believes that the car was going approximately 30 to 35 miles per hour.
An accident reconstruction team will be able to determine the actual rate of speed at which the vehicle was traveling when it hit the boy, causing him to fall off his bike. The neighbor claimed that it was late afternoon when the accident occurred. He said there were no other vehicles on the road.