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Grindley released from hospital, in rehab

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SPOKANE, Wash. - The 23-year-old WSU grad found unconscious and laying in a pool of blood in the middle of a rural Washington road has been released from the hospital.

The Whitman County Sheriff's Office believes KristenGrindley either fell from or was hit by a car about a mile from the intersection of Highway 27 and Albion rd in the early morning hours of November 11.

She was transported to Pullman Regional Hospital before being taken to Sacred Heart where she has since been released to a rehabilitation facility.

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