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Woman struck by car, taken to hospital

Published On: Oct 01 2013 09:04:56 AM CDT
Updated On: Oct 01 2013 09:05:34 AM CDT

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MADISON, Wis. -

A woman was taken to the hospital after being struck by a car on Madison’s north side Tuesday morning, according to police.

Police said the woman was trying to cross Northport Drive near the entrance into the Madison Mallards baseball stadium at 8 a.m. when she was struck.

Traffic heading south on Northport Drive is being diverted through Warner Park during the investigation.

The extent of the woman’s injuries is unknown, according to police.

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