A girl of 14 was killed when she was hit by a car taking part in an amateur road rally near the central Bohemian town of Beroun on Saturday. The accident occurred when the car went off the course shortly after noon. The girl was killed instantly. No other spectators were injured, the police said. Last year three people were killed when a rally car hit a group of spectators in south Moravia. Other such deaths occurred in previous years.
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