Lexington Police Investigating Hit & Run Accident

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Updated: 6/07/2013 5:50 pm
Lexington Police are investigating a hit and run accident.

Investigators say a nine-year-old girl was hit on Cathy Lane and was taken to UK Hospital for treatment Friday afternoon. There is no word on her condition.

Police said they believe a red Sedan was involved in the accident. Investigators are asking anyone with information to contact Lexington Police.
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smorgan - 6/7/2013 8:05 PM
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Hannah is my daughter that was hit.. If anyone knows who did this, PLEASE let the proper authorities know!!! Thankfully the Lord was watching over her and she has been released from UK and is doing great.. Still sore though with all things considered.. Please help to prevent this from happening to other kids!!!
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