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The Cheyenne Police Department and Cheyenne Fire Rescue remind motorists school is out for the summer and motorists should be extra cautious in looking for child pedestrians and bicyclist during the summer months.
The Cheyenne Police Department investigated a crash at 12th Street and Diamond Avenue on Tuesday evening involving a child who was hit by a vehicle near the intersection. Fortunately, the child did not sustain life-threatening injuries, but the incident is a reminder that drivers need to pay close attention to their surroundings.
Cheyenne Fire Rescue Chief Greg Hoggatt says motorists should be extra alert when driving through residential neighborhoods for children playing and those on bicycles.
Fire Rescue Chief Hoggatt and Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak offer these additional summer safety tips for motorists: