WASHINGTON – Several people were injured Tuesday afternoon after a woman lost control of her car in Northwest D.C.
The 79-year-old driver jumped a curb and hit several people standing near a bus stop around 12 p.m., police say.
Two adults were taken to the hospital. There is no word on their injuries.
A child with a minor foot injury was also taken to the hospital.
The incident happened on Georgia Avenue and Butternut Street. No other cars were involved.
Metro officials say a bus was at the stop when the car came off the roadway onto the sidewalk. They were not clear if those injured were waiting for the bus.
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