Woman Rushed to Hospital in Hit-and-Run in Duxbury - NBC10 Boston

Woman Rushed to Hospital in Hit-and-Run in Duxbury

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    Pedestrian Struck in Hit and Run in Duxbury

    A woman is currently in the hospital after she was allegedly struck by a car in Duxbury. (Published Sunday, June 9, 2019)

    Police are investigating a hit-and-run crash in Duxbury that sent one woman to the hospital.

    According to authorities, a passerby found a woman on the road in the area of 620-625 Washington Street and called 911 Sunday night.

    The victim was rushed to the hospital and put into surgery.

    Police believe the woman may have been walking or running in the area. They do not know her identity because she did not have any identification on her.

    Shooting at 2nd Wisconsin High School Leaves Community in Shock

    [NATL] Shooting at 2nd Wisconsin High School Leaves Community in Shock

    A school officer and a student were injured at Wisoonsin's Oshkosh West High School Tuesday morning, when the student was shot after attempting to stab the office with a sharp object. The shooting comes just one day after a school resource officer at Waukesha South High School shot a 17-year-old armed student who refused to drop his weapon.

    (Published Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019)

    The 600 block of Washington Street was shut down Sunday evening as they tried to look for witnesses and evidence. There were some pieces of the car left behind that they hope will bring some answers, but they do not believe there were any witnesses.

    The victim's condition is not known at this time.

    Officials ask anyone with information to contact police at 781-934-5656.

    This article will be updated as more information is made available.

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