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Boston crash: Man charged after boy, 11, hit by car Boston crash: Man admits failing to stop after boy hit by car
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The child was hit on Church Road in Boston The 11-year-old child was hit on Church Road in Boston on Sunday evening
A man has been charged after an 11-year-old boy was seriously injured when he was hit by a car. A man has admitted failing to stop at the scene of an accident after an 11-year-old boy was seriously injured when he was hit by a car.
The youngster is in a serious but stable condition in hospital after being hit on Church Road in Boston just before 18:00 BST on Sunday. The boy is in a serious but stable condition in hospital after being hit on Church Road in Boston just before 18:00 BST on Sunday.
Luke Mills, 29, of Upsall Court in Kirton, Boston has been charged with offences including causing serious injury by driving while disqualified. At Lincoln Magistrates' Court, Luke Mills, of Upsall Court, Kirton, also admitted driving without insurance.
He is due to appear at Lincoln Magistrates' Court later. Mills, 29, was remanded in custody to next appear at Lincoln Crown Court.
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He pleaded guilty to a third charge of failing to stop when required by a police constable.
Mills, who also indicated guilty pleas for cannabis possession and causing serious injury by driving while disqualified, will be sentenced on a date yet to be fixed.
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