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UPDATE: 2 children injured in Walmart parking lot

Amarillo, TX - An Amarillo child who was hit by a car that lost control Friday evening is now listed in stable condition.

Officers say just after 6:30 Friday, 28-year-old Hamadi Omor lost control of his vehicle near the Canyon Drive Walmart and struck a car in the parking lot as people were getting in.

An eight and eleven year-old were taken to the hospital with injuries.

The eight year-old was transferred to a Lubbock hospital Friday in life-threatening condition, but has since stabilized. Police say speed is being considered a factor in this wreck

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