Two teens hit by car in Roxbury

Two teenagers were hit by a car this morning outside the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science, where both are ninth-grade students, officials said.

Both girls were rushed to area hospitals with that injuries were not considered life-threatening, officials said. One teen was taken to Boston Children’s Hospital and the other to the Boston Medical Center, officials said.


The girls were struck around 8 a.m.

Boston public schools spokesman Matthew Wilder said the two girls were ninth-graders at the O’Bryant. Wilder said in an e-mail that the families of the children have been notified and that school staff are with the children at the hospitals.

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Boston police are investigating the incident. The driver stopped after the accident.

No further information was immediately available.

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