LAKE STEVENS, Wash. – An elementary school student was hit by a motorcycle after getting off his school bus in Lake Stevens, Washington
Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported it happened around 4 p.m. Thursday.
Police said the motorcyclist passed a police cruiser going the opposite way. When the officer turned around, the motorcyclist sped off and around a corner where the school bus was stopped with lights flashing and unloading students.
The motorcyclist went around the bus and hit a boy. He then crashed a few feet up the road.
The boy was taken to the hospital with a few broken bones, but is expected to be ok.
The motorcyclist also had some broken bones and was taken to the hospital and then into custody.
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