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Trust Fund Open For Boy Hit By Car

A trust fund has been established for a 4-year-old boy who was hit by a car about two weeks ago in front of his Hillyard home.

Donations to the Angelo Reed Trust Fund can be made at the U.S. Bank at 7307 N. Division, or by calling 353-5100.

The boy was listed in satisfactory condition late Tuesday after undergoing his third brain surgery at Sacred Heart Medical Center, said his mother, Angel Reed.

Angelo was walking home with his older brother and a friend when he was hit by a car on March 28.

Police arrested the driver, 16-year-old Brian Charbonneau, on suspicion of vehicular assault. , DataTimes



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