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Schoolboy hurt in collision with vehicle in Ffostrasol

Category: Wales

Published: 18th May 2012 11:19:38

An 11-year-old schoolboy was airlifted to hospital after he was involved in a collision with a vehicle in Ceredigion.

The boy was injured after getting off a school bus in Ffostrasol, near Llandysul, on Thursday shortly before 16:00 BST.

He was airlifted to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff with serious head injuries.

Dyfed-Powys Police are investigating.

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