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Lindsay Lohan's Car Involved in Cahuenga Corridor Hit-and-Run

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The black BMW 650 whisking actress Lindsay Lohan out of the area behind the Hotel Cafe last night struck one of the members of the paparazzi swarming the vehicle, then fled the scene, according to KTLA. The incident occurred around 1 a.m. on the 1600 block of North Cahuenga Boulevard, when Lohan and her two assistants entered the vehicle that then exited from "the narrow alley behind the club." Witnesses report seeing the car surrounded by paparazzi, then one of them being struck, with a female assistant at the wheel. Lohan's "car sped away and never came back," leaving "a 220-pound male [who] was treated at the scene" for his injured wrist and leg. Police are still investigating the incident and hope to identify the driver.

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