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Woman Injured In Highlands Neighborhood Hit And Run

A 20-year-old woman was injured in a hit-and-run at the intersection of E. Prospect Ave. and S. Garner St., according to a release from the State College Police Department. The pedestrian was taken to a trauma center in Altoona. The release said the woman was found unconscious at the scene and was in town to visit friends.

Police responded at 2:17 a.m. on Saturday, though the time of the accident is unknown. The 600 block of S. Garner St. was closed until about 4 a.m., according to the release.

The car fled south on Garner St., and is reported to be a silver or grey sedan with expected damage to the front, windshield, and hood area. The vehicle should also be missing a windshield wiper.

Anyone with information on the incident should call State College Police at (814) 234-7150.

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Doug Leeson

Doug is a sophomore and Onward State's Assistant Managing Editor. Dislikes: popcorn, Rutgers, and a low #TimberCount. Likes: "Frozen," Rec Hall, and you. Contact him via email at [email protected] or on Twitter @DougLeeson.

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