Student Hospitalized Following Warminster Pedestrian Accident

A Warminster pedestrian accident involving two high school students sent one sophomore to the hospital after she was struck by a fellow classmate while crossing the school’s main driveway. The incident took place on Tuesday afternoon, June 5, 2012, at William Tennent High School in Bucks County.

According to reports, a female sophomore at William Tennent High School was struck by the driver of a Hyundai shortly before school let out, while crossing the main driveway. Rescue crews transported the unidentified victim to a nearby hospital where she was treated for injuries sustained in the crash. The victim is a Southampton resident.

A senior at the school indicated that the victim appeared to have blood on her face and a broken arm. He asked not to be identified.

The driver of the Hyundai was reported as being a William Tennent High School student. The driver has not been identified, and it is unclear whether the student was injured.

The single-vehicle Warminster pedestrian accident is still under investigation by local authorities. There was no immediate indication as to how the accident occurred.

This is a difficult situation for the victim, and we wish her a speedy recovery during this challenging time.