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Pregnant Woman Struck After Car Crashes Into Tulsa Clinic

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A pregnant woman was struck by a car Thursday afternoon after the driver of the car pushed the accelerator instead of the brake and crashed into a building near 51st and Yale, police said. 

The driver, an elderly woman, was taking her husband to a dermatology clinic on 51st between Harvard and Yale when the collision happened, police said. 

The car went into the building and struck the woman, who is 7 months pregnant. She is said to be uninjured but was transported as a precautionary measure, according to police. 

The car was removed from the building shortly after the collision. 

No word on if the driver or her husband were injured. 

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