Boy, 15, is battling for life with severe head injuries just after becoming strike by police automobile on emergency contact
- The teen has been taken to clinic following the collision with a law enforcement car
- The incident took area on Garners Lane in Stockport on Saturday, December 26
- GMP officers were being responding to experiences of a ‘domestic disturbance’
A law enforcement watchdog is investigating after a teenage boy was still left critically wounded in a crash with a police automobile responding to an crisis.
Officers from Bigger Manchester Police (GMP) ended up responding to a domestic simply call on Boxing Day night time when the car was in a collision with a 15-year-outdated pedestrian in Stockport.
He was specified trauma care for his head damage by officers at the scene and was then taken to medical center wherever he stays in a vital issue, the power said.
A 15-12 months-previous has been remaining in critical issue right after getting hit by a police automobile in Stockport
The teen has been taken to clinic with a critical head injury
In a assertion on Sunday, GMP stated: “At close to 9.30pm on Saturday 26 December 2020, officers were being responding to a domestic disturbance incident when they ended up associated in a collision with a pedestrian on Garners Lane in Stockport.
“Law enforcement stopped and administered trauma care to a 15-12 months-old boy right until the ambulance arrived. The boy has since been taken to hospital with a significant head harm the place he stays in a important problem.”
The Independent Office for Law enforcement Perform have confirmed they are looking into the circumstances.
Greater Manchester Law enforcement officers ended up responding to studies of a’domestic disturbance’
A spokesperson claimed on Sunday: “Just after getting notified by Increased Manchester Police, we despatched investigators to the scene and the law enforcement article-incident process to start out our enquiries and to start out gathering proof.
“Our ideas are with the household and anybody else impacted by this incident.”
Superintendent Marcus Noden, GMP’s divisional commander for Stockport, explained on Sunday: “This is a terribly sad incident and our ideas are with the youthful boy and his loved kinds, who are becoming provided support by our specially-educated officers for the duration of this distressing time.
“This is an incident that police officers would like to in no way manifest, and guidance is also currently being supplied to the officers concerned in last night’s functions.
“It is critical that a extensive and unbiased investigation now takes location, and the IOPC will be leading with their enquiries into this incident thus it would be inappropriate for us to remark more at this time.”