Teenager hit by car close to Huntingdon bus station

08:45 18 March 2014

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A teenage boy has been hit by a car close to the bus station in Huntingdon.

The 13-year-old suffered minor injuries and was said to be “up and walking” after the incident just before 7.30am.

The police and the ambulance service are still on the scene.

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