Teen Run Over By Broward County Bus Upgraded to Stable Condition

Jerry Cunningham in good condition: Broward Health Medical Center spokeswoman

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    A 14-year-old boy who jumped onto the outside of a Broward County bus was hospitalized after he was run over by the bus in Pompano Beach Friday morning, officials said. Bus rider Brian Clark and Broward Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Dani Moschella spoke about the incident.

    The teen who was run over by a Broward County bus has been upgraded from critical to stable condition, hospital officials said Monday.

    Jerry Cunningham, 14, is in good condition following the May 10 incident in Pompano Beach, Broward Health Medical Center spokeswoman Cathy Schwartz said.

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    Video, 911 Calls Released in Case of Teen Run Over by Broward County Bus

    [MI] Video, 911 Calls Released in Case of Teen Run Over by Broward County Bus
    Surveillance video was released on Tuesday from cameras that were rolling inside a Broward County Transit bus that ran over 14-year-old Jerry Cunningham last week. Video showed the teen running to catch the vehicle, and one passenger is heard saying, "You have a runner." Passenger Brian Clark described what he witnessed last week. On Tuesday 911 calls were also made available in the case.

    Cunningham had been running to catch the bus in the 1200 block of E. Sample Road when he jumped on its exterior, the Broward Sheriff's Office said.

    At least one witness said Cunningham had been stuck with part of his arm caught in the door before he fell and was run over.

    Video, 911 Calls Released in Case of Teen Run Over by Broward County Bus

    [MI] Video, 911 Calls Released in Case of Teen Run Over by Broward County Bus
    Surveillance video was released on Tuesday from cameras that were rolling inside a Broward County Transit bus that ran over 14-year-old Jerry Cunningham last week. Video showed the teen running to catch the vehicle, and one passenger is heard saying, "You have a runner." Passenger Brian Clark described what he witnessed last week. On Tuesday 911 calls were also made available in the case.

    Cunningham suffered fractures to his face, ribs and ankle in the incident, which was caught on surveillance footage from inside the bus.

    The driver of the bus, Reinaldo Soto, 55, is on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

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