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4 hurt, 1 critically, after Roxborough hit-and-run crash, police say

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ROXBOROUGH - A car smashed into the front of a building in a hit-and-run in Philadelphia's Roxborough neighborhood.Officials said the accident happened just after 12:30 Friday afternoon on the 5800 block of Henry Avenue.Police say the driver lost control and slammed into the building, after hitting a 32-year-old woman a 9-year-old girl, who were crossing the street.Both of them are in the hospital, the woman suffering severe injuries, is listed in critical condition.

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