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Teen girl hit by car claims she was targeted

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A teenage girl says she was targeted after a car struck her on the way home from her school.

A teenage girl says she was targeted after a car struck her on the way home from her school.

Aysenour Koca, 14, was just a few streets from home in Armadale, Perth, when she was hit yesterday afternoon.

"I went to the nearest house, I was banging on the door with blood everywhere," Aysenour told 9News.

Video footage shows the driver continues on after the hit, before turning around and coming back.

"I said, 'If you walk one more step I'm going to call the police'," Aysenour said.

"As I said that, the doors opened and he just ran off with the car."

The collision took place outside Rachel Carter's house.

She said she heard the driver return "yelling out their window".

Aysenour claimed she knew the driver and that she was targeted.

"I believe he tried to call me, because I was not on the street," she said.

"I was on the pavement, and he even saw me while he still came at me."

The teenager suffered a broken arm, fractures in her back, and grazes over her face and body.

She is facing a long recover, expected to stay at hospital until next week, and in a cast for at least a month.

Police have interviewed the alleged driver, but he has not been charged.

Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/teen-girl-hit-car-perth-claims-was-targeted/26c26e6d-082d-4be0-8b64-66fbc4f0407c

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