A pregnant woman lost her baby Saturday night after being hit by a car before the driver sped off.
“It’s horrible, I just lost my kid and the person didn’t even stop to ask me if I was O.K.,” hit and run victim Kendra Douglas told FOX40.
The crash happened on Watt Avenue near Margaret. Kendra Douglas, 17, was thrown 10 feet in the from the impact of the crash, while her uncle was holding her two-month-old daughter, Blessing, just feet away.
Douglas has a broken pelvis and a host of other injuries, but despite cameras on Watt Avenue, the California Highway Patrol has no leads in the case. All Kendra knows is a man in a black Monte Carlo ended the life of the child she was growing and nearly her own.
“He could have took my life. He took my unborn child’s life and he could have took my life and my daughter would have been growing up not knowing her mother. I forgive this man, but I want him caught. And I want him to pay for what he did since he wasn’t man enough to stop,” Douglas said.