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Update: Identity of 6-year-old boy killed in Cullman released

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Jeremiah Lee Harville Jeremiah Lee Harville
Harville was killed while riding his bike in the Carroll Acres subdivision Thursday evening. (abc3340.com) Harville was killed while riding his bike in the Carroll Acres subdivision Thursday evening. (abc3340.com)

Update:

Police have released the name of the boy killed while riding his bike in Cullman Thursday.

Jeremiah Lee Harville, 6, died at Cullman Regional Medical Center after being struck by a vehicle at around 5:30 p.m. along Timberlane Drive SE in the Carroll Acres subdivision, Assistant Chief Craig Green with the Cullman Police Department confirmed to ABC 33/40 Friday.

No charges are expected to be filed as police continue to investigate the incident as a traffic accident. Witnesses reported the driver of the car going well-below the posted speed limit.

Harville was a first-grader at Cullman City Primary.

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A 6-year-old boy died Thursday evening after being struck by a car while riding his bike in Cullman.

The accident happened in the Carroll Acres subdivision at around 5:30 p.m., the Cullman Times reports.

The victim was taken to Cullman Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased shortly after arriving, the coroner confirmed to ABC 33/40. The child's identity is being withheld until all family members have been notified.

The incident is being investigated as a traffic accident and no charges are expected to be filed at this time.

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