Boy on skateboard hospitalised after colliding with pole

2016-02-09 07:46


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Durban - A teenager was taken to hospital after he lost control of his skateboard and collided with a wooden pole in Kloof in KwaZulu-Natal.

The incident happened on Ridge Road on Monday, said Netcare911 spokesperson Chris Botha.

"Reports from the scene indicate that the teenager was skating down the hill when he lost control and collided into a wooden pole. Paramedics arrived at the scene and found the 13-year-old boy lying on the ground with moderate injuries.”

Medics stabilised the boy at the scene before they transported him to a nearby hospital for the care that he required.

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