Girls hurt in crash outside Leeds school

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TWO girls were taken to hospital after they were hit by a car outside their school in Leeds.

The incident happened at Allerton Grange School in Moortown shortly after 3pm yesterday. (Dece 5)

The youngsters, aged 11 and 12, were taken to Leeds General Infirmary with injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening. They were hit by a Ford Focus which also collided with a tree, with the car’s 41-year-old male driver suffering minor injuries.

In a statement, Allerton Grange said: “We wish the students and their families the very best for a speedy recovery.”

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