Boston, Massachusetts 2021-10-22 12:36:37 –
Boston (WHDH)-A man charged with a hit-and-run accident in Boston left the boy fixed under a parked car, but was ordered to be detained without bail on Friday.
Allston’s Luis Santiago, 27, was acquitted in the Dochester District Court for leaving the scene of the accident after causing personal injury.
Prosecutors say they were driving a white GMC Yukon when Santiago attacked 11-year-old Francis Nedwell near the intersection of Columbia Road and Interval Street in the city’s Dorchester section on the morning of September 29. increase.
The impact force left Nedwell locked under the parked car.
Nedwell was hospitalized in the Boston Children’s Hospital intensive care unit for nearly a month and suffered several injuries, including rib fractures, pelvic fractures, small skull fractures, and liver and lung injuries.
According to prosecutors, Santiago was driving at high speed when it hit Nedwell.
The detective recovered part of the license plate, watched the surveillance video from the camera at the crash site, and finally tracked Santiago home.
Nedwell was released from the hospital on Thursday, but his family says he “will never be the same.”
Santiago will return to court in November.
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