[Grammar] Kelly walked in the subway car. She looked at Kevin

Nikitus

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Hello.

Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

"Kelly walked in the subway car. She looked at Kevin, and stopped a few feet from him. Kevin was standing alone, far from other people, and strongly grabbing the handles of the subway car, looking sideways and backwards repeatedly. Kelly approached to Kevin."

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Kelly walked [STRIKE]in[/STRIKE] through the subway car.
or

Kelly [STRIKE]walked in[/STRIKE] got on the subway (car).
Those don't mean the same thing.
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She looked at Kevin and stopped a few feet from him. Kevin was standing alone, far from other people, and [STRIKE]strongly grabbing[/STRIKE] firmly holding the handrails, [STRIKE]les of the subway car,[/STRIKE] looking sideways and backwards repeatedly. Kelly approached [STRIKE]to[/STRIKE] Kevin."

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[STRIKE]strongly grabbing[/STRIKE] tightly gripping

Kelly approached [STRIKE]to Kevin[/STRIKE] him.
 
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