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A car hit and killed a young boy on his way to elementary school in the Bay Area.

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A sad thing is that a little boy was killed when a car hit him as he crossed the street at Castlemont Elementary School.

A third-grader and an adult woman were killed when a vehicle struck a crossing at Castlemont Elementary School in San Jose on a Friday morning.

The accident occurred on Castlemont Avenue at 8:03 a.m., and investigators were still gathering information.

San Jose police said a child with critical injuries was sent to the hospital about 8:30 a.m. It took almost two hours for the department to confirm his death.

The lady was hospitalized with minor injuries, according to authorities. The driver remained put and helped with the inquiry, according to officials.

Campbell Union School District Superintendent Shelly Viramontez acknowledged in a statement that a third-grader from Castlemont Elementary had passed away.

Because “we care about and cherish every youngster as our own,” Viramontez said, “our school community is grieved by this scenario.”

As a parent and the head of your school, I urge you to pray for and think about this family. They will need the love and support of the whole community.

After the city’s 26th pedestrian fatality this year, police warned cars not to exceed 25 mph in school zones.

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