PHOENIX - Authorities are investigating after two women were hit by a car in Phoenix Monday night.
Phoenix Fire Department spokesman Jonathan Jacobs said the accident happened around 8:35 p.m. near 16th Street and Roeser Road.
Jacobs said the women, ages 26 and 32, were alert and talking when crews arrived.
Officials said both women were transported to Good Samaritan Hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
The circumstances of the accident are unknown at this time.
The victims' identities have not yet been released.
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