Child's neighbour helped arrest hit-and-run suspect
Lebert St. Bernard, a neibour of the child, saw the car strike the child and leave the scene.
A Mississauga, Ont. man is being hailed a hero after he detained a suspect wanted in a hit-and-run that left a three-year-old boy in hospital.
Lebert St. Bernard was on his way home from work when he saw the child cross Britannia Road by himself at 1 a.m. Wednesday.
The toddler had managed to slip out of his home on Glen Erin Drive undetected and wandered onto the street.
Bernard said he then saw a car strike the child and then leave the scene. He chased the suspect, boxed him in with his car and called police.
He got another car to look after the child and jumped into his truck and chased down driver and stopped him. see the video link here:
The child condition improved, still serious and suffering from a broken leg.
The child remains at The Hospital for Sick Children in serious condition. His condition has improved but he is suffering from a broken leg and injuries to his face. His parents are at his side.