A NATO soldier was hit by a car in Lithuania's second-largest city of Kaunas on Sunday afternoon.
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The soldier sustained minor injuries during the incident at around 6 p.m.,, the Police Department said.

The driver, 64, of a VW Passat hit the non-uniformed British soldier, 34, when he was crossing a zebra crossing.

The man suffered a minor wound to its elbow and injury to his lower back and did not need hispital treatment.

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