Which sentence does NOT correctly fix this run-on sentence?
The car skidded luckily no one was near it.
A. The car skidded, but luckily no one was near it.
B. The car skidded; luckily, no one was near it.
C. The car skidded, luckily no one was near it.
D. The car skidded. Luckily, no one was near it.
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a. The car skidded, luckily no one was near it.
There are four ways to correct a run-on sentence. You can separate it into two sentences, use a semi-colon, use a semi-colon with a conjunctive adverb or use a comma and a coordinating conduction. You can't simply use a comma.