BEVERLY — Superintendent Suzanne Charochak and Chief John G. LeLacheur report that a Beverly Public Schools student was struck by a vehicle while walking on the high school campus on Thursday.
On Thursday, Dec. 7, at approximately 3:30 p.m., Beverly Police responded to a report of a crash involving a pedestrian on the campus of Beverly High School at 100 Sohier Road.
Officers responded and located a Beverly Middle School male student who was suffering from upper body injuries after being struck while walking along an access road on the high school campus. Officers and Firefighters provided medical attention to the student, who was transported by ambulance to a local hospital.
The adult male driver of the vehicle involved, a Ford sedan, remained at the scene and was cooperative with investigators. The incident remains under investigation by the Beverly Police Department, but charges are not expected.
Superintendent Charochak has been in contact with the student’s family and the boy was reportedly in stable condition on Wednesday evening.
“Our thoughts are with our student, and we wish him a full and speedy recovery,” said Superintendent Charochak.