INGLEWOOD, California (December 9, 2016) — Three 15-year-old girls who attend St. Mary’s Academy were struck by a vehicle that jumped the curb Friday afternoon on Prairie Avenue, according to a report by the Inglewood Police Department.
The teenagers were walking on the sidewalk near the intersection with Grace Avenue when a driver traveling southbound lost control of their vehicle and jumped the curb about 1:35 p.m. today. Paramedics responded to help the girls, but none of them had life-threatening injuries. They were all taken to a hospital where they were listed in fair condition.
The driver of the vehicle was detained by police for questioning.
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