schoolboy was trapped for 40 minutes beneath a automotive after being struck on the varsity run in south London.
The sufferer was hit on Alsike Highway exterior Parkway Major in Erith at 8.40 am on Friday.
He was freed by firefighters and loaded onto a stretcher earlier than being taken to hospital.
The boy’s accidents had been described “as not life-threatening”.
The motive force was not arrested, police mentioned.
Witness Daniel Stone mentioned: “He was below the automotive for round 40 minutes earlier than they took him out.
“The paramedics and hearth service pulled him from below the automotive.
“They had been checking his situation earlier than deciding to maneuver him.
“He was between the entrance and rear wheel on the driving force’s facet, subsequent to the rear wheel.”
He added: “The motive force was very upset. She left the scene with some native residents shortly after the boy was taken to hospital.”
A Scotland Yard spokesman mentioned: “Police had been referred to as to experiences of a collision involving a automotive and a baby on Alsike Highway, Erith.
“Officers attended. The boy was taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service. His accidents are usually not regarded as life-threatening.
“The automotive stopped on the scene. No arrests.”