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6/23/06

Man Injured After Being Hit By Car

One man is in critical condition after he was hit by a car outside a local bar. It happened just before 1:00 a.m. Friday morning in the 8100 block of Orlando. That's next to the Fox and Hound. Police arrived to find 31-year-old Daniel Webb injured in the parking lot. He told police 36-year-old James Bouldin hit him, then drove away. Bouldin called police and admitted to fleeing the scene, but claimed Webb ran up to his car and hit him in the face. It turns out Bouldin is the ex-boyfriend of Webb's current girlfriend. So far no charges have been filed against anyone.

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