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Infant boy struck by vehicle, gravely injured in downtown L.A.

Fire Department paramedics have responded to an accident in downtown Los Angeles in which an infant boy was reportedly hit by a vehicle.

The incident took place at 4th and Spring streets at 9:19 p.m. according to a Fire Department report.

The boy was in grave condition, according to the report. A woman was reported to be in fair condition.

No further details were available late Thursday.


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