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    Man charged after car hits school children

    A 30-year-old Waiuku man has been charged with Dangerous Driving after hitting two school children aged 8 and 10-years-old with a vehicle.


    A 30-year-old Waiuku man has been charged with Dangerous Driving after hitting two school children aged 8 and 10-years-old with a vehicle on Tuesday morning in Hamilton Drive, Waiuku.

    He is due to appear in the Pukekohe District Court on July 13.

    The 8-year-old girl is still being assessed and remains in Middlemore Hospital, however the 10-year-old girl has been released.

    Police are not ruling out laying further charges.

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