ATLANTA — A patient at Grady Memorial Hospital has been identified after spending more than two weeks in the hospital.
Hospital officials say a woman was hit by a car on September 12 on North Druid Hills Road and Kittredge Park Road.
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An ambulance took her to Grady, but they were initially not able to identify her.
She is described as being five feet, three inches tall and approximately 146 pounds. She does not have any tattoos or other identifying marks.
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It’s unclear if the driver who hit her has been identified and charged.
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