3 pedestrians struck by vehicle in Waltham, Mass.

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February 2, 2014, 10:01 pm
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UPDATE 2/3 - 6:16 a.m.: Waltham Police confirm two Brandeis University students have been released from the hospital. One female still remains and is in stable condition.

(NECN: Nicole Jacobs, Waltham, Mass.) - Three pedestrians were struck by a car Saturday in Waltham, Mass.

The accident took place near Brandeis University. Two females and one male were struck by the vehicle. They have not been identified.

Police say two of the students suffered head injuries and the third was unconscious when emergency crews arrived.

No charges have been filed against the 42-year-old Belmont man who hit the students with his car.

Tags: massachusetts, Waltham, Brandeis University, pedestrian accident, Nicole Jacobs
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