A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy died after he ran out from behind a bus and was hit by a car, an inquest has heard this morning.
Jayden Nash died of a severe brain injury 10 days after February accident in Watchfield, Oxfordshire Coroner's Court heard.
The inquest heard Jayden, of Marlborough Close in Faringdon, had just got off the bus ahead of his mother Jordan Johnson before he went out into the road an was hit by Audi at about 8.20am on Wednesday, February 5.
He died at the John Radcliffe Hospital on February 15.
Coroner Darren Salter recorded a verdict of accident and said there was nothing the driver could have done to avoid the collision.
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