BRENTWOOD — A 12-year-old skateboarder was receiving therapy for accidents after a collision with a automobile Tuesday night, authorities stated.

Simply earlier than 8:05 p.m., East Contra Costa Hearth Safety District firefighters responded to a report of the collision at Sand Creek Street and Highland Approach, battalion chief Craig Auzenne stated in a press release.

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When firefighters and paramedics arrived, they discovered the boy on the bottom with accidents to his left facet and decided that he had been skating with no helmet.

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After being supplied with first-response care, the boy was taken to a helispot within the 2400 block of Balfour Street, the place a Cal-Star medical helicopter flew him to UCSF Benioff Kids’s Hospital Oakland.

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The boy’s situation was not instantly obtainable Tuesday night time.

Brentwood police have been investigating the collision. The trigger is below investigation, Auzenne stated.

Contact George Kelly at 408-859-5180.

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