Harrow toddler injured at Edenhope

A Harrow toddler is in hospital after falling from a truck cabin at Edenhope at the weekend.

A Harrow toddler is in hospital after falling from a truck cabin at Edenhope at the weekend.

A HARROW toddler is in hospital after falling from a truck cabin at Edenhope on Saturday.

Edenhope Sergeant Dale McIvor said the truck driver, a Harrow man, was moving his prime mover after the Henley at Lake Wallace parade with his two sons in the cabin about 6:30pm.

He said the two-year-old fell out of the cabin at the intersection of Lake and Wallace street, hitting his head.

The boy was taken to Edenhope Hospital with head injuries.

Sgt McIvor said doctors for the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne were airlifted to Edenhope Hospital.

He said the boy was then airlifted with the doctors back to the Royal Children’s Hospital as a precautionary measure.

The boy is in the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne in a stable condition.

Sgt McIvor said the boy is expected to return home on Monday.

Police are investigating the incident.

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