Sandusky, Ohio (AP) -- An Ohio man says it was a "wild" day when he and his wife were struck by a car while crossing a street and then had their own car stolen while they were in the hospital.
Gregory Moses of Sandusky got a knee busted up when he and his wife were hit as they walked across an intersection in the northern Ohio city Monday afternoon. Judith Moses suffered a few bruises.
They still weren't home Tuesday morning when their son returned from an overnight work shift and discovered the couple's 2002 Buick Lesabre missing from the driveway. He called police.
Authorities say the car was pulled over in cleveland hours later and two Sandusky teens were arrested.
An 18-year-old driver accused of striking the Moses was cited for failure to yield to pedestrians.
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