Family Of Hit-And-Run Victim Pleads For Answers

High Point Family Pleads For Someone To Come Forward

HIGH POINT, N.C. -- High Point Police say a woman was seriously injured Tuesday morning when she was hit by a car while riding her motorcycle. 

It happened around 9:55 a.m. on Eastchester Drive and Haverly Drive. 

Read: Hit-And-Run Suspect Wanted After Woman Injured In Crash

When officers arrived they found Shay Black in the roadway suffering from a head injury. 

She was taken to Moses Cone Hospital where she's in serious but stable condition. 

Now, her family is pleading for the person responsible to come forward. 

Black's son, Dylan, spoke with WFMY News 2 Wednesday evening at the hospital where his mother is staying. 

Dylan Black said, "It kills me to look at my mom in the condition that shes in right now. It really breaks my heart and today's her birthday and it kills me to see her laid up in that bed like she is right now. I just don't see how someone can be so heartless." 

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UPDATE: High Point PD Traffic Investigators are now looking for a 1992 to 1996 gold Toyota Camry thanks to video from a passing driver, captured minutes after the crash was reported.

They suspect the rear bumper to be lighter colored from the rest of the car and damage to the left front fender around the wheel arch.


If you have any information, call High Point Crime Stoppers at (336) 889-4000.  

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