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2 Marquette students improving after being struck by car

Published On: Nov 13 2012 05:54:45 PM CST
Updated On: Nov 13 2012 09:07:29 PM CST
MILWAUKEE -

Two Marquette University students continue to improve after they were struck by a car as they walked on campus.

The university said Tuesday that Nicole Gibson and Honnalee Go are being treated at Froedtert Hospital for serious injuries, but are improving.

In a statement, a Marquette official said Gibson is "stable and healing" while Go is expected to be released from the hospital later this week.

The two 20-year-olds are both sophomore engineering students. They were struck while standing on a sidewalk about 9 a.m. Monday.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported the university's Department of Public Safety stopped a vehicle in connection with the crash. A Milwaukee police spokeswoman said the driver was not arrested.

The parents of the two students said they are "grateful for the prayers and support."

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