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UPDATE: Names of mom, daughter hit by SUV released
TROY -- The names of the mother and daughter who were stuck by an SUV while crossing Hoosick Street in Troy Wednesday morning have been released.
According to police officials, 19-year-old Sarah Bingham and 4-year-old Amy VanWert had just left the Stewart's Shop on the corner of 10th Street and were on their way to daycare when they were hit walking across Hoosick Street.
Troy Police say Bingham is listed in stable condition at Albany Medical Center Hospital, VanWert remains in critical condition but is expected to survive.
Troy Fire and EMS performed CPR on the young girl at the scene and were able to revive her.
Jena Johnson was first at the scene. She will have an update on the CBS6 News at Noon.
TROY -- Troy Police confirm that two people were struck by a vehicle on the eastbound side of Hoosick Street.
It happened around 8 a.m. near Hoosick and 10th Avenue.
No word yet on the conditions of the victims.
The eastbound lanes on Hoosick have been shut down until further notice.
Drivers should expect heavy traffic delays and are urged to take alternate routes if possible.