A nursing student at East Texas Baptist University was struck by a car Wednesday morning.
The incident took place at 8:09 a.m. at the corner of South Lafayette Street and East Houston Street.
Fire Chief Reggie Cooper said EMT’s were on the scene to treat the student for injuries that weren’t life-threatening.
The student was then admitted to the hospital.
“It was not serious injury, though we have to watch when there is a possible head injury,” Cooper said.
President of ETBU Blair Blackburn said the student suffered a concussion, lacerations to the head and an arm broken in two places.
The student was released after being treated for their injuries.
Len Ames, the Marshall Police Department PIO, said that there were no arrests or citations related to the incident.