Police in Davenport need your help finding a driver who hit a 19-year-old girl while riding her bike, and then took off.
Lindsay, Jody Davous' daughter, was hit Thursday while riding to work, and now Davous is on a mission to find the man who hit her daughter, hoping the driver will have a heart and turn himself in.
"She was pretty banged up, pretty bruised and scraped up," Davous said.
Lindsay was three blocks from work when a truck crossed two lanes of traffic and hopped the sidewalk.
In shock and covered in blood, Lindsay desperately needed help.
"She was laying on her left side smashed against this grate and there was an orange truck up on the sidewalk, hovering right over her," Davous said.
The driver, however, didn't get out of truck, didn't rush to her side, didn't call 9-1-1.
"She was in shock, she thought the guy would get out and offer her a helping hand or whatever," Devous said. "Instead he yells out 'Are you ok?' throws her a napkin, didn't wait for an answer, throws her a napkin and takes off up the road."
So Lindsay frantically called her mom for help.
"She could've been hurt really bad, we took her to the hospital she was all bloody, banged up pretty good , bloody on side of face and neck," said Davous.
Lindsay is now at home resting while her mom tries to track down the man behind the wheel before someone else gets hurt.
"Maybe he has a conscience, it would be nice if we could get some phone calls and get this guy off the road," Davous said.
The man appeared to be in his 40s and had brown hair and brown facial hair. He was driving a late 70s model truck with an orange, homemade paint job.
If you have any information, you're asked to call the Lincoln County Sheriff at (509) 725-3501.