"I don't understand an anti-choice (person) demonstrating against women's reproductive freedom, then going out and hitting someone with their car," said Locke, the chief operating officer of American Women's Services. She said civil action against the driver is "probably something that we would want to pursue."
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A police investigation into the incident shows that the clinic manager was in the middle of an alley behind the clinic, Smith said. He said the driver approached the manager at "an extremely slow speed" and tried to steer around her.
Smith thinks that the driver's side mirror hit the manager, he said. Because she did not lose her balance or fall down, "I do not believe that (the driver) knew he struck her," Smith said.