Nov. 6, 2013 — A nine-year old Prichard Elementary School student was taken to Cabell-Huntington Hospital Monday after being hit by a car after getting off a school bus at her home on Robert and Mary Avenue. She crossed the street to purchase a soda. Witnesses said cars traveling south stopped to allow her to cross, but the child ran into the street before a northbound car could stop. Grayson police said the car was not traveling very fast but the child was transported by Carter EMS to the hospital. According to hospital officials, she is in good condition.
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