posted on Apr, 4 2016 @ 12:21 PM
Okay, I'm still in shock... this just happened to me less than an hour ago, just finished speaking to my LEO.
I was on my morning run on my regular 10k route and I was literally scooped and rolled by a person with long dark hair driving a black honda sedan. I
don't know the specific model because they hit me and left that quick.
I checked my left before making my way into this cross walk no cars, two steps in i get that something is there in the corner of my eye, turn to see
a black vehicle coming at me. I had only enough time to give a little hop getting my knee above the bumper, she fully strikes my hip with her hood
rolls me off her car and I land on the ground and they kept going. I have been trying not to say she because I did not get a good enough look at the
driver. Longer dark hair, could be woman could have been young man/teen with long dark hair i don't know I only caught a flash and there was glare in
the windscreen. It was car, sky, ground. I did not get a license plate. Saw the honda emblem(silver) Black hood as it came at me and the car speeding
off as I was getting up.
I'm beside myself. What if I didn't hop.. I certainly would have injured if not broken my knee. What If I got knocked under the car and dragged..
The fact the driver didn't even slow down to see if I was okay is even more upsetting. I'm 163lbs, I had to have left a mark on that car and the
thud I heard was loud and I was on the outside of the vehicle.
The longer I think about it the worse I feel... Society is sick that we won't even stop to check if someone is hurt by our own hands. No one wants to
claim responsibility for their faults both in action and voice. My head is literally spinning.
Worse now, my faith in community is gone. There are two schools on that street, both for young children, I'm 5'11" and much easier to see than a
young tot. Worse yet, I was able to leap over the bumper mid stride a child would have surely ended up under the vehicle.
I'm absolutely distraught. I don't even know what to say.
Humanity is sick.