A woman was injured Monday afternoon when she was hit by a car at a Target in Fishers.
The Fishers Police Department reports the accident occurred around 2:45 p.m. at the Target at 11750 Commercial Drive where 49-year-old Rhonda Danks of Fishers was hit by a Kia Sorento, driven by 50-year-old Diana L. James of Fishers.
The report says Ms. James was looking for traffic to her right as she turned left. When she turned to look the other direction, she reportedly saw Ms. Danks in front of her vehicle but could not stop before the collision occurred.
Ms. Danks told officers she did not believe she was injured immediately after the crash but began to feel pain all over her body for several days after the crash.
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