DERRY | A Londonderry High School freshman who was hit by a car early Monday morning remains in critical condition at Boston Medical Center.

Jocelyn Proulx, 15, was struck by a car as she walked on Old Manchester Road at 5:50 a.m., just two-tenths of a mile from her Allison Lane home in Londonderry.

Proulx was hit by a driver in a blue 2003 Hyundai Tiberon as she walked in the northbound lane of Old Manchester Road in Derry at 5:50 a.m.

Police said she suffered massive, multiple injuries to one side of her body because she tumbled over the hood of the car. Proulx was taken to Parkland Medical Center in Derry and later flown by MedFlight helicopter to Boston Medical Center, where a hospital spokeswoman Thursday morning said she was still in critical condition.

The car was driven by Nancy Bryan, 54, of Derry. Bryan was not injured.

No charges have been filed against Bryan, Derry police Capt. Vernon Thomas said. He said the cause of the accident remains under investigation.

Thomas said police didn't know why Proulx was out walking so early Monday morning.



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