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Keene police continue pedestrian collision investigation
David Hook, 44, of Keene was the driver of the pickup truck, involved in the collision, Sgt. Jason Short said Monday.
“The preliminary investigation doesn’t seem to indicate excess speed or drug or alcohol on the part of the driver,” Short said. “We don’t have any inclination of anything criminal on the part of the driver.”
Short said witnesses are still being interviewed. The boy was riding his bicycle with a group of other children, he said, and it is unclear right now if the boy was riding in the crosswalk or not at the time of the collision, he said.
Jorden will be starting 7th grade at Keene Middle School this fall, the friend said.
Jorden was in a medically induced coma Friday with possible skull fractures and a possible broken leg, the friend said on the gofundme.com website.
The donation page is located at www.gofundme.com/brz3hg.
Short is asking people with information about the collision to call Keene Police Department at 357-9813.
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