Second boy hit at fatal intersection

Shykarn Latham was fatally injured at the same intersection last week.
Shykarn Latham was fatally injured at the same intersection last week.

ANOTHER child has been struck by a car at the same intersection where a four-year-old boy was fatally injured on the Darling Downs just over a week ago.

Paramedics in Dalby, northwest of Toowoomba, treated the seven-year-old boy after he was hit on the corner of Arthur and Drayton streets shortly after 5pm today.

The boy was taken to Dalby Hospital in a stable condition with possible leg injuries.

It follows the death of Shykarn Latham, who had his life support switched off last Thursday night after being struck by a van in the same spot.

Meanwhile, Codie Ward, 4, is recovering in Brisbane's Lady Cilento Children's Hospital after being hit by a relative's reversing car at Peak Crossing near Ipswich on Friday afternoon.,151.2680281,3a,81.3y,307.68h,70.76t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sWjGCQ9gbkJe6QEy4LYPRHA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Corner of Arthur and Drayton streets.

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