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Woman Hit By Car

A woman was taken to the hospital Wednesday after she was run over by a vehicle.
The woman was walking along 11th street with a friend when a car pulled out of the driveway of a home and ran over the woman.
Wichita Falls police tell us the vehicle did not stop.
It happened near the corner of 11th and Duval.
Police are now actively looking for the vehicle involved.
Officers have not released a vehicle description.
The woman rushed to the hospital to be treated for her injuries.
Stay with 6 as we continue to follow this story.

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