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Two students hurt when hit by car

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Two teenagers were hit by a car Monday morning outside the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science in Roxbury, where both are ninth-grade students, officials said. One teen was taken to Boston Children’s Hospital and the other to the Boston Medical Center, officials said. Both girls suffered what are not believed to be life-threatening injuries. The driver, 18, stopped after the accident.

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