A 21-year-old Baylor student sustained significant injuries Wednesday after being hit by a car driven by a 20-year-old student off of Fourth Street and Daughtrey Avenue.
Flashing lights, the smell of gasoline and burnt rubber, shards of glass scattered on the asphalt outside of the Exxon Mobil station near campus.
A Baylor student’s black Acura MDX and a truck collided at approximately 8 p.m. at the intersection of Fifth Street and J.H. Kultgen Freeway. Air bags were deployed and no major injuries were reported. The student driver was taken to Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center. The driver of the truck was uninjured and remained at the scene. He did not wish to comment on the accident.
A lockdown this morning at Waco’s Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center has been lifted, allowing business to return to normal.
Shortly after 10 a.m. this morning, Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center in Waco went on lockdown in response to a threatening phone call. The hospital, which is located at 100 Hillcrest Medical Blvd., has been given the all-clear.
A Baylor student did not suffer serious injuries after being hit by a car Wednesday outside of the Dutton Avenue parking garage.
A female Baylor student was hit by a car near the corner of Fourth Street and Speight Avenue around noon Wednesday.
A Baylor student who lived at The Outpost apartments is the subject of an ongoing investigation of what appears to be the construction of a bomb at the student’s apartment on Oct. 16.