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Frederick Heyes, a freshman at Boston University, is looking for ten people whom he believes were present when he was struck by an automobile last week in Harvard Square.
Heyes, now in satisfactory condition at Mass. General Hospital, said he was hit at 6:30 p.m. Feb 6 while he was crossing Mass Ave. from Harvard Yard to the Unitarian Church, near the information booth.
Cambridge police say they have not been able to determine the identity of the driver. Heyes said he is uncertain about the car's make or year.
All people with information about the accident are asked to call Heyes at Mass. General.
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