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Student hit by car in Parking Lot 7

An unknown male student in his early twenties was struck by a car after stepping off the curb of the sidewalk in Parking Lot 7 shortly after 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 3.

The mature woman driving the vehicle helped the pedestrian after the incident. The Los Angeles Fire Department and paramedics responded in a timely manner.

After they transported the injured student, lead Deputy Guerrero waited until Plant Facility showed up to properly clean the blood off the sidewalk.

The incident is currently under investigation no laws have been broken Guerrero said.

Diego Barajas
Staff Photographer - Spring 2014 Photo Editor - Fall 2014

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