A child was injured in a pedestrian accident in Odessa Sunday on 35th Street at Hancock Avenue according to police.
The unidentified 8-year-old boy was hit by an unidentified car at 4:45 p.m. according to the Odessa Police Department. Officials stated that there may have been a fight between neighbors and the driver after the accident.
The boy was hospitalized in unknown condition.
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UPDATE: Officials identified the driver as Brittany Llanez, 17.
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