Hernando County, Florida -- A child walking to a school bus was hit by a car and transported to the hospital.
Aroudn 8:17 a.m. on SR 50, a school bus was stopped for students with its red lights flashing and stop signs deployed. 6-year-old Janassa Terry was exiting a vehicle to walk to the bus when the car she was leaving was rear-ended by a car that was trying to avoid a collision with the bus.
Terry was transported to the hospital with minor injuries and the driver who hit her car was ticketed for careless driving.
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