Boy run over by parade float in Point Pleasant remains hospitalized

Authorities say a 6-year-old boy injured when a float ran over him during a Halloween parade in a Jersey shore town remains hospitalized.



Point Pleasant police say the boy was in stable condition Monday but remains in the intensive care unit.



The child was struck around 1:45 p.m. Sunday while walking along the parade route with his mother. He was hit by a wheel from a trailer being used as a float.



Officials say the two were associated with the float. Their names have not been released.



Authorities say the accident remains under investigation.


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