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Three Del City High School Students Okay After Being Hit By Car

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An accident in Del City injures three high school students.

The three female students from Del City High School were reportedly hit by a car in the 1900 block of Sunnylane Road, right in front of the school.

The girls were crossing the street for lunch within the posted school zone. Two of the girls were taken to a local hospital for evaluation. The third was up and walking around following the accident. All suffered minor injuries and expected to be okay.

No information on the driver or vehicle involved in the accident yet.

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