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NC Teen Suffers Head Injury in Pedestrian Accident During Scavenger Hunt

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A 14-year-old-girl and a 15-year-old boy are in the hospital after taking part in a scavenger hunt in Kannapolis, North Carolina (NC). While searching for clues, the teens wound up on Mount Olivet Road, where they were hit by a van. Emergency responders were called to the scene, and the teens had to be rushed to Carolinas Medical Center-Northeast. According to Justice News Flash, the girl is listed in critical condition with serious head injuries, and the boy is in stable condition but still recovering.


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When a serious head injury occurs, it can lead to permanent brain damage. Unfortunately, this damage can result in a lesser quality of life and can also lead to a decrease in motor functions or memory loss.

To learn more about traumatic brain injuries, take a look at these articles written by experienced brain injury lawyers in North Carolina:


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