Teen boy pedestrian injured in Belfast Rosetta crash
A teenage pedestrian suffered head injuries in a crash in Belfast on Monday morning.
The boy was hit by a vehicle on Rosetta Road which was later closed for a period to allow the emergency services to attend. He is thought to be 17-years-old.
A Northern Ireland Ambulance Service spokeswoman said it attended the scene just after 8.30am and treated the patient at the scene.
"One patient was transported to the Royal Victoria Hospital with head injuries," a spokeswoman said.
The road was closed for a time but has since reopened.
Belfast Telegraph Digital