CV boy is hospitalized after accident

A 7-year-old boy was hospitalized Thursday with several broken bones after being struck by a car in Carmel Valley, police said.

The boy was struck by a Volvo station wagon while riding his skateboard in an apartment complex parking lot at 10994 West Ocean Air Drive around 5:20 p.m. Wednesday, San Diego police Sgt. Alan Hayward said.

He slid under the Volvo on impact and suffered a broken pelvis, fibula and tibia, according to Hayward.

The 59-year-old woman who was behind the wheel of the Volvo was not hurt, he said.

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