Police: Miamisburg runners hit by car are doing well

(Courtesy: Franklin Ohio Police Department)

FRANKLIN, Ohio (WDTN) – The Franklin Police Department said Tuesday the two runners who were hit by a car Monday are doing well.

The police say they spoke with the parents of the two. One of the two boys is in stable condition and, according to his mother, he is doing well. The father of the second boy who was hit says his son is in good condition and may be released from Sycamore Hospital Tuesday.

The two members of the Miamisburg High School cross country team were struck by a vehicle Monday afternoon.

It happened at 3:50 p.m. at the intersection of South River Street at E. 2nd Street.

According to the Franklin Police Department, the two high school juveniles were running on the bike path as a group when they crossed the street and were struck.

One male was transported to Atrium Hospital, later taken to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and the other was transported to Sycamore Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Anyone with any information about the accident is asked to contact Sgt. Troy Wolf at the Franklin Police Dept. at 937-746-2882.

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