A 19-year-old baby-sitter and a 5-year-old child in her care were struck and injured by a car while walking through a shopping center parking lot in Holbrook on Tuesday afternoon, Suffolk police said.

Two other children in the woman's care were uninjured.

Police said the accident occurred at 4:55 p.m. at the Sun Vet Mall on Sunrise Highway.

The baby-sitter and child, neither of whom was identified by police, sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Both were transported to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center in East Patchogue for treatment.

Police said the woman and the three children, two boys and a girl ages 5 to 11, were walking to their car when two of them were struck by a 1997 Ford Taurus driven by Marianne Stemmler, 57, of Blue Point. Stemmler was not injured or charged.

Additional details of the accident were not available.

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