It happened on Saturday 1st March opposite the Londis store.
Dylan Chappell was riding his bike along the road when he was in a collision with a black Vauxhall car.
Dylan hit the left hand side of the car and landed chest first on the bonnet, before hitting his head on a wall at the side of the road.
After witnessing the accident from the vets opposite, a receptionist and veterinary nurse went running to the boy’s aid.
The receptionist, Philippa Griffith, was among the first at the scene and called the emergency services to Carlton Road.
“The boy was obviously hurt and in total shock,” she added.
The two women wrapped Dylan in blankets and contacted Jon Chappell, his father, who then arrived to take his son to the hospital.
Dylan sustained a minor head injury and bruising to his ribs and shoulders, along with various cuts and grazes, from the collision.
A spokesperson from Notts Police said that a 48-year-old man had been interviewed under caution on suspicion of driving without a licence and leaving the scene of an accident.
Anyone with information about the incident should call Notts Police ont he non-emergency number, 101.