CHICAGO (CBS)—Paramedics and firefighters saved a 19-year-old woman hit by a car outside Rush University Medical Center on Tuesday.

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The woman was in a crosswalk on Harrison around 9:40 a.m. when she was hit by a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix.

The woman was dragged under the car for a short distance before the driver stopped. F

Firefighters used special equipment to lift the car, while paramedics helped stabilize her.

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She suffered injuries to her leg, arm and face, but is expected to be ok.

Police issued several tickets to the 54-year-old driver.

 

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