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Children Struck By Vehicle In Mustang

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MUSTANG, Oklahoma -

Emergency crews are responding to the scene of an automobile-pedestrian crash involving three children in Mustang, Okla.

Three children, all females, were struck by a vehicle while crossing the street in the 400 block of W. State Highway 152 (SW 74 Street), the Mustang Fire Department said.  

Two of the girls were taken, non-emergency, to a hospital by paramedics. The third girl went with her parents, authorities said.

The ages of the children are not known at this time, but according to the Mustang Police Department all three girls were siblings.

The driver of the vehicle that hit the children was not cited for the crash. 

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