Lebanon Reporter

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July 6, 2013

Teen’s condition improves

Lebanon — Cameron Wilson, 14, Lebanon, was in Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, today with internal injuries suffered Thursday when he fell from and was run over by a Fourth of July parade float.

Wilson was in good condition, a public relations spokesman for Riley said at noon.

Wilson was riding on the Lebanon Youth Football League’s entry, built on a flatbed farm wagon and towed by a pickup, as it entered the Lebanon Middle School parking lot after the parade.

Wilson fell off, for reasons yet undetermined. At least one tire of the wagon ran over Wilson’s chest and abdomen, Lebanon Police Lt. Brent Wheat said.

For more of the story see Saturday's Lebanon Reporter.

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