UMATILLA — A Clara Brownell Middle School student struck by a vehicle Wednesday is reportedly home and doing well.

Umatilla School District Superintendent Heidi Sipe said emergency personnel responded after a male student was struck by a vehicle early Wednesday morning. First responders examined the student, who was then taken to the hospital by his parents as a precaution, she said.

At 1:30 p.m., the district announced the student was home and doing well.

“He is resting at home today, but the last report we had from the family indicated that he plans to attend school tomorrow,” Sipe said Wednesday afternoon.

Sipe didn’t know the exact location of the incident. As of Wednesday afternoon members of the Umatilla Police Department were unavailable for comment.

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