Police Search For Woman Who Struck Eight Others With Car - New York News

Police Search For Woman Who Struck Eight Others With Car

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PHILADELPHIA -

Philadelphia Police are looking for the driver of a Silver Jeep Cherokee that struck eight women outside Studio 98 nightclub in the city's Bustleton section early Sunday morning.

Police say it happened after a woman was thrown out of the bar for fighting with another woman (reportedly over a guy, according to one of the bouncers).

Another fight started outside and police say the woman that got kicked out got into the Jeep and plowed into the crowd before taking off.

Witnesses say that some were able to get out of the way but eight women were hurt.

Two are being treated at Frankford Torresdale Hospital in critical condition, while the other six are in stable condition.

AID and Northeast Detectives are investigating.

A bouncer says he recognized the female that hit the victims as a frequent member of the club, but did not know her name. A manager with the facility declined to talk to us.

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