Teen critically injured while crossing street
Police say teen was at fault in accident
Omaha teen was critically injured while trying to cross a busy intersection. Police say the driver wasn't at fault. Video by kmtv.comvideo
The scene Friday night, tragic. Clearly something went wrong when 14-year old Isaac Aragon tried to cross the street at 132nd and Larimore. Saturday, those who new the young boy are dealing with the news. Mollie Deaver says, "It hit me hard today. Like I just got to thinking about it. You know it's like, It's one of those things that you know that person.."
Neighbors say the young boy was popular and often seen around the neighborhood with his skateboard. Police say two juveniles were trying to cross the street when one stopped for traffic. Aragon did not. He was hit, taken to the hospital with a skull fracture, facial injuries and a broken right leg. The collision, just steps away from a cross walk. The driver of the car, Amy Price, was not charged in the accident. Authorities believe Aragon was at fault.