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Update: Toddler Hit by Car in Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls police say a toddler was run over by a car Sunday night while playing outside.

Wichita Falls Police Sergeant John Spragins says the accident happened a little after 7:30 p.m. in 1600 block of Hines Blvd.

Sergeant Spragins says the 2 year old was playing in the front yard when she ran out into the street in front of a car.

Police say the driver attempted to avoid the child, but struck her with the car.

The driver is not facing any charges.

Sergeant Spragins says the child was taken to United Regional for treatment. If the child was in life threatening condition, the hospital would call the police department. That call has not been made.

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