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A woman, who was a suspect in several hit-and-run cases, was detained by bystanders after they witnessed her strike a girl with her car and drag her for about 100 yards.

The suspect struck a vehicle near Garey Avenue and Phillips Boulevard and then left the scene. She continued driving south on Garey Avenue until she hit another vehicle. Then, jumping up onto the curb, she scattered pedestrians and hit a 9-year-old girl. The girl was dragged for about 100 yards before the driver hit a parked vehicle and was stopped by bystanders at the scene.

A witness told police that the woman was still trying to drive away, but someone reached into her car and took her keys and her cell phone while others restrained her.

The little girl was stuck under the car, which took six men to lift off of her. When she was freed, an ambulance took her to a medical center where she was examined. Medical authorities reported that she only suffered minor injuries.

The driver is being held in Pomona jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.

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