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A Burgettstown woman has been jailed on charges she hit a man with her car three times during an argument.
State police said the incident occurred about 11:30 p.m. Monday when Tracy Domick, 37, drove her car onto the sidewalk to hit Paul Walden. When the man tried to pull the keys out of her vehicle's ignition, she allegedly hit him again with the car, then put it in reverse and hit him a third time as he attempted to run away.
Officials said Walden was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital, where an update on his injuries was not immediately available Wednesday
Domick remained in the Washington County Jail where she was unable to post $25,000 bond on charges including aggravated assault and harassment after her arrest Tuesday.
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