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    #1

    Kevin runs and jumps right into the middle of the highway,

    Hello.

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

    "Kevin runs and jumps right into the middle of the highway, where a car almost runs over him. Mark follows and records Kevin with the camera."

    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: Kevin runs and jumps right into the middle of the highway,

    Yes, those sentences are grammatical, but they're a bit clumsy.
    Consider this rephrase,
    Kevin runs onto the middle of the highway, where a car almost runs him over. Mark watches and records Kevin with the camera.

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