Boy, 9, sent flying after his bike is hit by car leaving him bruised like he was ‘in a round with Mike Tyson’

THESE are the horrific injuries of a nine-year-old boy hit by a car while he played on his bike.

Schoolboy Dominique Mposu was sent flying off his bike – left looking like he had gone “a round with Mike Tyson” with swollen eyes and bruised body.

Dominique Mposu was left covered in bruises after being hit by a car
Dominique Mposu was left covered in bruises after being hit by a car
Evening Gazette
The nine-year-old had been playing on his bike when he was hit
The nine-year-old had been playing on his bike when he was hit
Evening Gazette

The nine-year-old’s mum Donna revealed her little boy had been playing on his bike outside his nana’s home on St Patrick’s Road in Grangetown, North Yorkshire, about 6pm on Friday when he was hit by the car.

Speaking to Teesside Live, she said: “When the car’s hit his bike he’s flown off and smashed right into the floor.”

The mum-of-six said she received the call on Friday night – crying as she rushed to meet her son at hospital.

She said: “He looks like he’s been in a round with Mike Tyson.

“I’ve never experienced anything in my life so scary.”

Photos show the schoolboy covered in bruises, including a skid mark on his forehead and badly bruised eyes.

Mum Donna said the driver had initially left the scene but had returned.

Cleveland Police have been contacted for comment.

It comes after a woman was left pinned between two cars after a row with a driver near Buckingham Palace overnight.

The woman, in her 40s, was injured after a road rage row, with police arresting a man at the scene.

And a 42-year-old cop was hospitalised after he was run down with his own patrol car in Birmingham over the weekend.

Donna Mohan, 32, said she was left in tears seeing her little boy so badly injured
Donna Mohan, 32, said she was left in tears seeing her little boy so badly injured
Evening Gazette

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