9-year-old girl hit by car in Jerusalem

A 9-year-old girl was seriously injured Monday after being hit by a car while walking on the sidewalk in Jerusalem, police and rescue officials said.

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
October 10, 2005 15:50

 
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A 9-year-old girl was seriously injured Monday after being hit by a car while walking on the sidewalk in Jerusalem, police and rescue officials said. The unconscious girl was rushed to Hadassah University Hospital at Ein Karem. The driver of the car and a 70-year-old passenger who were lightly to moderately hurt in the afternoon accident near the city's Mea Shearim neighborhood were taken to the hospital as well. The cause of the accident was under investigation.

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