Boise boy hit by van to be released from Utah hospital

Boise boy hit by van to be released from Utah hospital

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A 5-year-old boy who has been hospitalized for months after being struck by a van in Boise is set to be released.

KTVB-TV reports that Max Wyatt is scheduled to make his way back to Boise on Wednesday. He has been recovering in a Salt Lake City hospital since the Sept. 23 accident.

The boy had been riding a bike when he was hit by the minivan. He sustained multiple injuries, including a collapsed lung, broken pelvis and broken left leg.

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