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River Hill student struck by car discharged from hospital

The 17-year-old River Hill High School student struck by a car on his way to school Tuesday morning was discharged from the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center on Tuesday evening, according to a hospital spokesperson.

The student, Matthew R. Curley of the 5800 block of Clipper Lane in Clarksville, was flown to the Shock Trauma in serious condition after he was struck by a 1998 Honda Accord while crossing Linden Linthicum Lane, near Little Bells Row, at 7:30 a.m.

The car, which was heading westbound, was driven by Neil Aggarwal, 35, of the 12000 block of Linden Linthicum Lane. The student was in the crosswalk, police said.

Aggarwal and his passenger, Seema Madhu Kakade, 35, of the same address, were not injured.

Police said the cause of the collision remains under investigation. No charges have been filed.

This report will be updated.

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