- Associated Press - Monday, January 4, 2016

DENVER (AP) - Denver police say a driver suspected of grazing a boy crossing the street was arrested after a witness and a tow truck operator managed to stop the driver.

The driver hit the 10-year-old boy Monday morning and kept driving. Police spokeswoman Christine Downs says another driver who saw what happened followed the vehicle and a tow truck driver who heard the driver’s efforts to stop the hit-and-run suspect used his truck to pin in the vehicle until police arrived.

The boy wasn’t seriously hurt and didn’t have to go to the hospital.


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