Student at Clements hit by another student’s vehicle, taken to hospital for treatment

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Interior view of 2 deployed airbags, view from drivers side with focus on first airbag and steering. Photographed in natural daylight, shortly after a actual car accident.

LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. – A 6th grade student from Clements High School has been rushed to Huntsville Hospital for treatment after he was hit by a car before school.

A representative with Limestone County Schools says a 6th grade student was walking his dog before school when the dog darted into the road. They say the boy went after the dog. That’s when a senior, driving by the area, clipped the student.

The student has non-life-threatening injuries, according to the school system.

The incident happened on Ezell Road.