Cameron, NC (November 23, 2020) – Around 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, November 22, an infant was badly injured in a pedestrian accident in Cameron.
According to Harnett County officials, the accident occurred on Valley Forge Way. Police confirmed that the child’s mother and father, identified as 26-year-old Brianna Morris and 45-year-old Jamar Griffin, were fighting when the mother sat the infant carrier in the path of a vehicle.
Griffin became frustrated and got inside the vehicle, leaving the area. On his way out of the driveway, he struck the infant carrier.
The child was severely injured as a result of the accident. Paramedics took the child to a local hospital where they continue to recover.
Morris has since been charged with felony negligent child abuse and causing serious bodily injury.
The investigation into the circumstances of the collision continues.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family in hopes of a full recovery.
Pedestrian Accidents in North Carolina
Thousands of people are injured in North Carolina PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS every single year. Though these accidents can impact virtually anybody who shares our roads, children are some of the most at-risk parties. This is because children are not always aware of the risks on our roads. When a child has been harmed as a result of a North Carolina pedestrian accident, parents may wonder what options are available for them. It is important that those who have been injured speak with an accident attorney immediately.
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