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Three Apollo High School students were struck by an SUV that jumped a curb in Glendale.

There were no life-threatening injuries but at least one of the students, a 17-year-old girl was transported to a trauma center. The accident near the school, at 47th and Northern avenues, occurred around 8 a.m. Tuesday.

Students were milling in the area.

An accident in the intersection caused the SUV to careen toward the southeast corner.

After hitting the bystanders, the SUV hit the privacy wall of a home. † Brent Coombs with Glendale police says the driver of the SUV wasn't injured. Police are unsure how fast the vehicle was moving.

Impairment does not appear to be a factor.

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