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Pedestrian Hit by Texas A&M Shuttle Bus

A Texas A&M staff member is listed in critical condition after police say she was struck by a Texas A&M shuttle bus Wednesday afternoon.

According to St. Joseph Regional Health Center, Michelle Hayes is being transferred to a high level trauma center.

Hayes is listed as a Business Assistant for the Psychology Department on the Texas A&M website.

According to Texas A&M Police Chief Elmer Schneider the accident happened around noon at the intersection of Joe Routt Boulevard and Throckmorton Street.

Police say it appears the bus had left a bus stop on Throckmorton, stopped at a stop sign and was attempting to make a right turn when it hit Hayes in the crosswalk.

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