GLENDALE, AZ - Two females were hit while crossing 59th Avenue in Glendale Friday afternoon by a vehicle who attempted to make a left turn and then fled the scene.
The women were crossing the street with a baby stroller and had stopped in the middle lane.
A truck approached and attempted to make the turn from the center lane and the women pushed the baby stroller to the curb and the baby was unharmed.
One of the females injured is a 14-year-old girl.
They were taken to the hospital with serious injuries, though they don't appear to be life threatening.
Officials say the adult woman may be injured worse than the minor.
Police responded to the 911 call regarding the incident, learning that the suspect vehicle had fled the scene after hitting the women.
Officers who stopped the vehicle later noticed that the driver appeared to be impaired in some way.
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