GLENDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) - Police say an Apollo High School student has life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car on Tuesday morning.
According to Sgt. John Roth with the Glendale Police Department, the 17-year-old student was crossing Northern Avenue within the crosswalk at 47th Avenue when she was hit by a car heading west on Northern Avenue.
The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene and the girl was taken to a hospital, initially with life-threatening injuries. In a statement Tuesday afternoon, Sgt. Roth said the teen is now in stable condition, and is with her family at a local hospital.
This morning’s accident was involving a student on their way to school. The student is at the hospital receiving medical treatment and their parents have been notified. The intersection will remain closed for most of the morning as investigators are on scene— Glendale Police (@GlendaleAZPD) January 29, 2019
Police officials say speed, impairment and/or distracted driving do not appear to be factors, and no criminal charges or traffic violations are pending for the driver.