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UPDATE: 2 Opelika teachers injured after hit by car in Washington

UPDATE: 04/25/18 1:15 p.m.

Opelika City School Spokesperson, Becky Brown, has the update on the status of two Opelika teachers who were injured when they were hit by a car in Washington D.C. on Tuesday.

Becky Brown, with Opelika City Schools, tells News 3 the teachers have been evaluated by the medical staff and from the reports they are receiving, they feel very hopeful for their recovery.

"They have some injuries to overcome but we will know more tomorrow. We are extremely thankful they did not receive life-threatening injuries. Our thoughts and prayers are with them and the team of teachers in Washington, D.C. with them," said Brown.

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Two Opelika teachers were injured when they were hit by a car in Washington D.C. Tuesday.

Becky Brown with Opelika City Schools tells News 3 the teachers have been evaluated by the medical staff and from the reports they are receiving, they feel very hopeful for their recovery. 

“They have some injuries to overcome but we will know more tomorrow.  We are extremely thankful they did not receive life threatening injuries.  Our thoughts and prayers are with them and the team of teachers in Washington, D.C. with them,” said Brown. 

CBS Washington report that police say a two vehicle crash caused one vehicle to jump a curb and strike four people at K and 9th Streets.


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