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10 Hemet High students hit by car in front of school

May 30, 2012 |  4:20 pm

Hemet

Ten Hemet High students were injured, three of them critically, when they were struck Wednesday afternoon by a vehicle, officials said.

The students were transported to area hospitals after the accident, which was reported about 3 p.m., according to the Riverside County Fire Department.

Two other students apparently received minor injuries and refused treatment, the Fire Department said.

The students were hit on Stetson Avenue, which fronts the campus. The incident was being investigated by the California Highway Patrol, which said it had dispatched officers to the scene.

No other details were immediately available.

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Image: Approximate location of incident show in red. Credit: Google Maps

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