Six-year-old boy hit, dragged at MSP airport

Zachary Drew was meeting his father, who was returning from Iraq, when a car suddenly rounded a corner in the airport parking ramp and struck the boy. Drew suffered a broken leg, nose, and is missing some teeth, but doctors expect a full recovery. The driver was charged on suspicion of criminal vehicular operation and officials are awaiting the results of a toxicology report.
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Zachary Drew was meeting his father, who was returning from Iraq, when a car suddenly rounded a corner in the airport parking ramp and struck the boy. Drew suffered a broken leg, nose, and is missing some teeth, but doctors expect a full recovery. The driver was charged on suspicion of criminal vehicular operation and officials are awaiting the results of a toxicology report.

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