Thoughts and prayers go out to the student struck by a car on Route 9 (New Road) in front of Mainland High School this morning.

Members of the community report receiving a text from school officials with the following information:

"A student on their way into the high school this morning was struck by a car. The student has been taken to Atlantic City Medical Center. We are awaiting information on the student's condition, but we are asking all members of our Mustang Family to keep the student and their family in your thoughts and prayers."

The message went on to say that there are counselors available to students who need to talk about what happened.

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No further information is available and no identities have been released. There has been no information from police posted in regards to the accident.

SOURCE: Facebook  - Linwood Live

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