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Thursday December 19, 2013 MYT 10:40:44 AM
SYDNEY: A Malaysian boy on holiday here with his mother and two cousins was pinned to a school fence by a car that mounted the footpath and hit the group as they walked to a nearby school.
The six-year-old boy died at the scene near the corner of Rickard Street and Marsden Road in the suburb of Carlingford, near the Carlingford Public School, shortly after 9.20am Wednesday.
According to the Australian Associated Press, the boy and his mother were walking to the school with two cousins, aged four and five, and two other children, both girls, when the car ploughed into them. — Bernama
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