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12-Year-Old In Critical Condition After Being Hit By Car In Denton

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DENTON, Md. - A little girl remains in the hospital after being hit by a car on her way to school. Police say that it all happened Monday morning around 7:00 AM on Burrsville Road at Knife Box Road in Denton.

According to the police report, Anthony Sifford, 46, of Denton was driving a Pontiac Torrent on Burrsville Road, coming up to Knife Box Road, where a 12-year-old Denton girl was running across the street to her bus stop. Police say that the girl was hit in the middle of the intersection, and thrown approximately 50 feet.

The incident happened right across the street from her home. She had to be air lifted to John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where she remains in critical condition. The investigation into the incident is on-going.

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