BEDFORD, OH (WOIO) - A daughter wants justice for the driver who hit and hurt her mom.
The incident happened Tuesday, Feb. 6 2014, while Tiara Williams walked her 6-year old daughter, Aniyah to school in Bedford.
Williams recalls they were on the sidewalk and sliding in the slippery conditions.
She had fallen the day before and didn't want a repeat of the incident.
So she said, "Well let's go out into the street."
Several cars went around the pair, but one driver didn't.
"I just felt someone hit me and when I looked up I looked up to the sky, and that's when my daughter was screaming," Williams told 19 Action News.
Little Aniyah didn't get hurt.
Her mom was able to push her to the curb, but the little girl did see her mom lying in the road, bleeding, from being hit.
She reacted with, "I only said one thing to the car that hit my mom. So I said, 'You stupid dummy.'
The person behind the wheel may want to turn themselves in.
There was evidence left at the scene.
The impact of the collision took the side mirror off of a grey car.
Aniyah saw the side mirror in the street and handed the evidence over to investigating authorities.
"I just picked up a piece and it was grey so I recognized that the car was grey," Aniyah said.
At the same time the little girl comforted her mom.
Williams told us, "My baby, she kneeled on her knees and started praying to the Lord asking him to heal me."
The incident happened before the snowfall, meaning the driver who hit Williams can't put the blame on poor conditions.