SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Scottsdale police say a mother and her 4-year-old daughter in a stroller were hit by a vehicle Monday afternoon.
According to Scottsdale police Officer David Pubins, the crash happened just after 1 p.m. in the intersection of 90th Street and Shea Boulevard.
The mother and daughter were crossing Shea Boulevard from north to south in the crosswalk when the traffic signal for east-to-west traffic turned green, Pubins said.
A black GMC SUV was eastbound in the median lane and hit the mother and daughter as they were still in the crosswalk, Pubins said.
The mother and daughter are suffering non-life threatening injuries.
The child was airlifted to Phoenix Children’s Hospital and the mother was transported to Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center.
Alcohol doesn’t appear to be a factor, Pubins said. Police haven’t released any information about the driver.
Check back for updates.
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