Boy, 4, rushed to hospital after being knocked down in Cork

Boy, 4, rushed to hospital after being knocked down in Cork

A boy, 4, has been rushed to hospital with serious injuries after he was knocked down on the northside of Cork.

The incident occurred near Scoil Aiseirí Chríost on Knockpogue Avenue in Farranree at around 2.30pm.

The road has been closed and gardaí are investigating.

More to follow.

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