NEW YORK (AP) — A New Jersey teenager mowed down by a driver on a Times Square sidewalk is out of a hospital. But one of her high-school classmates and five other victims are still hospitalized.

Thursday’s crash killed a Michigan teen and injured 22 other people. They included Dunellen, New Jersey, high school seniors Destiny Lightfoot and Jessica Williams.

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Dunellen Public Schools Superintendent Gene Mosley says Lightfoot was released from a hospital Tuesday, while Williams remained in the hospital after leg surgery Monday. Relatives of the students couldn’t immediately be reached.

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New York’s Bellevue Hospital and Mount Sinai Health System say they continue caring for a total of six crash victims. At least two are in critical or serious condition.

Driver Richard Rojas is charged with murder. He hasn’t entered a plea.

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