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Much drier aimrass overall leading to no shower activity on Saturday. Sunday looks dry as well. As an upper trough deepens in the eastern U.S. A cold front will move into the area Monday with a few showers possible, convergence along the front looks weak with dynamics limited as well. Much drier air will filter in behind the front with lows in ...

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Ft. Bend County County constable runs into girl who rode bike into intersection

FORT BEND COUNTY - by KHOU 11 News and www.khou.com

 

A deputy constable struck a 16-year-old girl who was biking to school before sunrise Friday, Fort Bend County officials said.

The incident happened around 6:30 a.m. on Gaston Road at S. Fry Road.

A Precinct 3 constable was driving southbound on Gaston when he hit the girl with his pickup. Deputies said the girl went into the intersection on a red light and the constable had the right of way.

 

A spokesman for Fort Bend County said the girl, a ninth-grader, was on her way to nearby Seven Lakes High School when it happened.

A doctor happened to be at the intersection and helped the girl until paramedics arrived, officials said.

The girl was taken to the hospital by PHi air ambulance with serious head injuries.

 

"I'm saying a prayer for you, baby," one witness said as the helicopter took off.

 

There was no immediate word on her condition at the hospital.

 

This story comes to us through KFDM's partnership with KHOU 11 News in Houston.


 

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