Child struck in Augusta Mall parking lot

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Authorities have been called to the Augusta Mall when a small child has been stuck by a vehicle.

Officers and emergency responders were called to the parking lot near Barnes and Noble shortly where the child had been struck by a vehicle shortly after 1 p.m., according to Richmond County dispatch.

The child was in stable condition when responders arrived on the scene.

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augusta citizen 09/02/11 - 04:31 pm
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How terrible, prayers for the

How terrible, prayers for the child's full recovery.

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AutumnLeaves 09/02/11 - 11:49 pm
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Like any other relative of

Like any other relative of small children who reads this, I'm going to wonder if this child was a member of my family or someone I know until the name is released, if it ever is. No matter who it is, I'm praying for the child. But just for clarity, instead of the first line reading: "Authorities have been called to Augusta Mall when a small child has been stuck by a vehicle", wouldn't it read better: "Authorities were called to Augusta Mall when a small child was struck by a vehicle"?

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blues550 09/03/11 - 07:58 am
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With drivers jockeying for a
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With drivers jockeying for a close end parking space that is a dangerous area. Especially for little ones.

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j-campbell 09/03/11 - 11:57 am
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AutumnLeaves, of course your

AutumnLeaves, of course your version sounds better -- it is literate. I see more and more frequent examples of an apparent absence of editorial oversight in the Chronicle these days.

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