PHOENIX - A mother and her child suffered minor injuries when they were hit by a car in Phoenix Friday night.
The accident happened around 5 p.m. near Central and McDowell Avenues.
Police said the mother and her child were getting off the light rain train and were running to catch the bus when they were hit.
Authorities said the driver of the car that hit them had the right of way.
The child has scrapes and bruises. The mother has a broken ankle.
There is no word at this time if any charges will be filed.
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