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Girl Who Got Mother Help After Crash Released From Hospital

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Updated: 10/03/2012 6:13 pm
The six-year-old girl who police say helped her mother after a bad car accident near Richmond Tuesday has been released from U.K. Hospital.

State troopers say Draya Grissom climbed out of the wreck after her mother, Devon Proctor, lost control and drove the car down and embankment and into a tree. Troopers say Draya flagged down help for her mom who was trapped inside the car.

U.K. Hospital says Proctor remains in critical condition.
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