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 July 17, 2005
Two kids hit by two cars in Central Falls
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Witnesses say two kids were hit by two different cars here at Pine and Richardson Streets in Central Falls just before 8 o'clock tonight.   Fire officials tell Eyewitness News both children were transported with minor injuries.   No word whether or not any arrests will be made.

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