UPDATE: Dec. 10, 2012, 11:04am: Police know the identity of the 40-year-old dirt biker who struck and killed James Ward. The driver of the dirt bike left the scene of the accident and went to the hospital, according to WATD.com.
UPDATE: Dec. 10, 2012, 5:30am: Police have identified that 14-year-old James Ward, a student at Plymouth North High School, was struck and killed by a person riding a dirt bike Sunday around 3pm. Ward was riding an ATV in a bog off Darby Station Road when he collided with a person riding a dirt bike.
Before police identified Ward as the victim of the accident, the news of the adolescent's death was circulated throughout Plymouth as friends and classmates of James Ward took to social media and tweeted with the hashtag RIP James.
"James Ward was literally the sweetest kid ever. He'd always make my day by saying hi to me every time he saw me," tweeted one girl.
A Facebook page memorializing James was also created.
Police have identified the person who might have hit Ward; however, he or she has not been charged or arrested as the incident is under investigation, according to myfoxboston.com.
Original Story: An unidentified minor who was riding an ATV was stuck and killed by a person riding a dirt bike Sunday in a bog off Darby Station Road, according to wcvb.com.
The child's age and identity have not yet been released.
Police are searching for the driver of the dirt bike, who left the scene, according to myfoxboston.com.
Check back to Plymouth Patch for further updates.