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Police: 14-year-old thrown from truck during Stamford crashPosted: Updated:
A 14-year-old boy was thrown from a truck during a crash in Stamford, police say.
The crash happened Saturday on Webbs Hill Road just after 4 p.m.
Police say a pick-up truck driven by an 18-year-old boy lost control, hit a stone wall, and then a tree before rolling over.
The driver was not injured, but police say the 14-year-old passenger was thrown from the pickup and was found bleeding in the street.
Police say both boys are brothers and that the 14-year-old boy was not wearing his seat belt.
Police say he was initially taken to Stamford Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, but his condition continued to decline.
He was then life-flighted to Yale-New Haven Hospital in critical condition.
The teen driver is from Stamford, and police say speed may have been a factor in the crash
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