Three young children that were struck by an SUV driven by a Madera South High School student last week are all doing fine and no longer hospitalized, officials say.
“All the victims have relatively minor injuries, bumps and bruises, but they are all doing fine and are back home,” said Madera Police Sgt. Randy Williams.
The 18-year-old student, whose name is not being released, pulled his Ford Explorer out of the parking lot of Madera South High School and lost control, police say.
The SUV hit three children — ages, 4, 2, and 1 1/2 — who were in strollers on the shoulder of Stadium Road, police said...