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A 17-year-old boy who police said was under the influence of marijuana at the time of the crash was arraigned in juvenile court Thursday in a hit-and-run that injured two pedestrians — one seriously.Police said the teen driver was under the influence of marijuana at the time of the crash, and 5 Investigates has learned he did not have a valid license at the time of the crash.The teen, who was not identified, faces charges of leaving the scene of personal injury, leaving the scene of property damage, two counts of operating under the influence of drugs causing serious bodily injury, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and failure to stop.Officials allege the teen was driving a Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck on Washington Avenue on Aug. 18 when he struck the pedestrians on the sidewalk and fled the scene.The truck was later found at a Holliston residence, officials said, adding that the teen was driving the truck with two other juvenile occupants at the time of the crash. The subsequent investigation further revealed that the juvenile was allegedly under the influence of marijuana, officials said.5 Investigates has learned that the teen did not have an active license to drive at the time of the crash. The teen’s license was suspended following a junior operator speed offense earlier this year, and did not complete required classes and his license was deemed inactive, 5 Investigates reports. His license was suspended following the Aug. 18 crash. A GoFundMe set up for the couple identified the victims as Kimberly Gunner, 51, and her husband, Andy Colbert, 39. Gunner remains hospitalized but her family says she has turned a corner. She had an all-day surgery Monday and even though she remains in the intensive care unit, she is off a ventilator. Gunner’s family says her recovery will take at least a year.

A 17-year-old boy who police said was under the influence of marijuana at the time of the crash was arraigned in juvenile court Thursday in a hit-and-run that injured two pedestrians — one seriously.

Police said the teen driver was under the influence of marijuana at the time of the crash, and 5 Investigates has learned he did not have a valid license at the time of the crash.

The teen, who was not identified, faces charges of leaving the scene of personal injury, leaving the scene of property damage, two counts of operating under the influence of drugs causing serious bodily injury, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and failure to stop.

Officials allege the teen was driving a Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck on Washington Avenue on Aug. 18 when he struck the pedestrians on the sidewalk and fled the scene.

The truck was later found at a Holliston residence, officials said, adding that the teen was driving the truck with two other juvenile occupants at the time of the crash.

The subsequent investigation further revealed that the juvenile was allegedly under the influence of marijuana, officials said.

5 Investigates has learned that the teen did not have an active license to drive at the time of the crash.

The teen’s license was suspended following a junior operator speed offense earlier this year, and did not complete required classes and his license was deemed inactive, 5 Investigates reports.

His license was suspended following the Aug. 18 crash.

51-year-old Kimberly and 39-year-old Andy were struck and hurt by a hit-and-run driver

A GoFundMe set up for the couple identified the victims as Kimberly Gunner, 51, and her husband, Andy Colbert, 39.

Gunner remains hospitalized but her family says she has turned a corner. She had an all-day surgery Monday and even though she remains in the intensive care unit, she is off a ventilator. Gunner’s family says her recovery will take at least a year.

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