A Norwalk Middle School student was hit by a car on Norwood Avenue near Christie Avenue just before 7:30 this morning.
The student was taken to Fisher-Titus Medical Center by North Central EMS. The injuries did not appear to be serious.
“We don't know that for sure," Norwalk City Schools Superintendent Dennis Doughty said. "He was talking to us. He was very responsive.”
With 3,000 students, student safety is a major concern, Doughty said.
“We stress safety and kids don’t always do," he said. "We know that. Fortunately, our adults look out for it and that is a plus. Everybody needs to be very careful.”
A Main Street School student was involved in an accident Friday morning when she was "bumped" by a car. She was not injured and continued her walk to school.
See Tuesday's Norwalk Reflector for complete story.