Child hit by float in Windsor Harvest Festival parade

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WINDSOR, Colo. — A child was struck by a float during the Windsor Harvest Festival parade on Monday morning, according to officials with the local fire department.

The child was taken to Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.

Aerial images showed investigators taking pictures of a Toyota Tundra pickup truck towing an advertisement for Generations, a Christian church in Greeley that is launching a Windsor location later this month.

There is no update on the person’s condition.

The situation is under investigation.

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