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Lindsay Lohan hit a baby with her car

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editor - September 3, 2010

Proving once again that she's a complete menace and hasn't changed in any way, Lindsay Lohan hit a stroller with a baby in it while pulling into traffic on Wednesday, then stayed on the scene until help arrived. That last part was a lie of course. She just drove away. Radar says...

The two onlookers identified (Lohan) in her West Hollywood neighborhood around 5pm Wednesday, when she accidentally hit the woman and child after failing to look both ways before turning.
"There was a woman pushing a kid in the stroller, maybe a two or three-year-old, crossing the street," witness Brayan Jaime (said). "Lindsay took the red light and hit the stroller. It wasn't super hard, but she made impact and hit them. Lindsay pulled to the right, stopped for two seconds, and then just kept going."

But don't just take his word for it...

Radar has also obtained exclusive video taken just moments after the incident occurred in which Lohan's luxury Maserati can be seen speeding away.
At the same time, the child can be heard crying in the stroller.
The woman in the video is seen looking back at Lohan's car in disbelief as she continues to cross the street.
"I'm 100 per cent sure Lindsay was driving because I saw her with my own eyes," Jaime said.

Don't get me wrong, I hate kids, and I'm all for running them over, but I'm almost positive it would be illegal. At least where I live. Will anything happen to Lindsay? Probably not. If anything the cops will just make her tie a pillow to her bumper from now on.

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