Officials identify three victims hit by car at Logan

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BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Three people who were hit by a car at Logan International Airport Wednesday have been identified by police.

Investigators tell FOX 25 Hoa Ngo, 61, of Worcester and Joanne Kemp, 62, of Freemont, Cali. were both transported to Tufts Medical Center after being hit by a car outside Terminal C. Kayla Brown, 25, of Beverly, was transported to Mass. General Hospital to be treated for her injuries.

Police responded to Terminal C at about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday on a report of three pedestrians struck by a car.

Officials say a 1995 black Lexus sedan driven by 53-year-old Erin Bringham, of North Andover, pulled up to the passenger pick up lane and stopped. They say the car then proceeded to drive over the curb and into three pedestrians.

Bringham was interviewed by police. The investigation remains ongoing.