Faculty and staff at Cape Girardeau Central Junior High School have established an account at Montgomery Bank for a student who recently was injured in a hit-and-run accident. Arianna Harris, who had just completed seventh-grade, was walking across Independence Street from Amerimart to the school May 19 when she was struck by a vehicle and landed on the north side of the road. Cape Girardeau police dept. says she was transported by ambulance to a hospital, where she was treated and released. The vehicle was found later that afternoon at an apartment complex at 45 S. West End Blvd. in Cape Girardeau. 24-year old Adam J. Mouser of Cape Girardeau was issued summonses for leaving the scene of an accident, having no insurance and driving with a suspended license. Cpl. Darin Hickey says Mouser is to appear in court within a month. Communications director for the district, Dana Saverino says the school wanted to help the family with medical expenses, especially because the driver did not have insurance. More than $500 has been donated so far by faculty and staff at the district and all proceeds will go directly to Harris’ family. Donations can be made by visiting either Montgomery Bank location in Cape Girardeau, 2027 Broadway and 200 S. Mount Auburn Road., and asking to donate to Arianna Harris’ account.