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Delivery driver reportedly hits 4 runners

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LITTLE ROCK (KATV) - A man delivering papers reportedly hit four runners early Saturday morning.

According to a Little Rock Police Department collision report, around 6:30 a.m., 67-year-old James York told police he was delivering papers in the area of Serian Circle and Chenal Valley Drive when he accidentally hit some runners. 

York was reportedly unable to tell police which way he was driving when he struck them.

According to the report, the victims were running in a bike lane against traffic when they were hit.

All four victims were taken to a hospital and are expected to recover.

York was released without a citation pending further investigation and the medical conditions of the victims.

Stay with KATV News and KATV.com for more information on this incident as it becomes available. 

 

 

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