Injured Aldergrove boy remains in hospital

Langley RCMP said that there is “no change” in his condition.

The nine-year-old boy who was injured when he was struck by a vehicle on 29 Avenue in Aldergrove on Friday remains in serious condition in hospital.

His parents have asked that no details about his condition be released, but Langley RCMP said earlier this week that there is “no change” in his condition. The boy was unconscious but breathing on his own when he was airlifted to hospital after the mishap which occurred shortly after classes were over for the day.

The boy attended Shortreed Elementary where PAC members and staff are raising money for the boy’s family. Shortreed PAC president Lacey Warrington said that fundraising will help the family defray the cost of gas, parking fees and food associated with their visits to Children’s Hospital.

Anyone who would like to make a donation to the family is asked to call Shortreed Elementary at 604 856-4167.

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