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Heartbreak for family after 10-year-old girl crashes motorcycle into pavement, gets hit-and-run and can't walk

A young girl walking on the sidewalk was run over by a motorcycle and was unable to walk.

Emily McGregor, 10, was hit by a motorbike as she was walking on a public road at around 7:40 pm on Saturday.

Her pregnant mother Laura received a harrowing call that her daughter had been hit by a bicycle and rushed to the scene with her third child.

Emily and her friends had gathered to hang out together, but within five minutes she was overwhelmed.

Laura said. "There were two boys on the bike. One ran into her and jumped over the fence." called the Scottish Ambulance Service to Livingston's address, she claimed "they just drove off," reported the Daily Record.

Laura said everyone in the community was affected by this incident.

She said: "I don't like it when children are beaten to do something. They run away very quickly.

Accidents happen, but when they

Emily's leg has since been put in a cast twice because it was too tight the first time.

Her mother said, "She was having a really hard time using crutches because her leg had so many fractures and was so painful.

Laura says that Emily handled it "pretty well", but worries that the incident could have a psychological impact later on. doing.

Doctors told the family that the extent of the damage would not be known for at least six weeks for her.

The injury had already taken its toll, and Emily had an exciting time at school. I am afraid that I will not be able to fulfill my role.

Her mother explained: "She's very proud to be a sports ambassador. She got a school hoodie with the sports ambassador on the back, but now she's worried about it and says she never wants to walk down the street again."

Police launched an investigation to find those responsible.

They encourage anyone with information to come forward.

Lieutenant Kylie Bernard of the Livingston Police Department said:

"We would also like to hear from anyone who has private footage from CCTV or in-vehicle cameras."

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident Anyone should contact Scottish Police on 101 citing case number 3223 of 6 August.