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  • Fort Worth police looking for more information in hit and run that killed 8-year-old

    An 8-year-old girl died in the hospital after being hit by a car Friday afternoon in Fort Worth. When police arrived they found Aja Hill had been struck by a black Dodge Charger while riding her scooter in the 1500 block of Barron Lane, said officer Daniel Segura, Fort Worth police spokesman. Anyone with information on the driver of the Charger is asked to call Fort Worth police.

Fort Worth police looking for more information in hit and run that killed 8-year-old

An 8-year-old girl died in the hospital after being hit by a car Friday afternoon in Fort Worth. When police arrived they found Aja Hill had been struck by a black Dodge Charger while riding her scooter in the 1500 block of Barron Lane, said officer Daniel Segura, Fort Worth police spokesman. Anyone with information on the driver of the Charger is asked to call Fort Worth police.
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