MIAMI (WSVN) - Police are investigating a hit-and-run in Miami that left two people injured.
It happened along Northwest 64th Street and Second Avenue, at around midnight, Monday.
The victims were rushed to Jackson Memorial’s Ryder Trauma Center. The man was in stable condition, while the woman was in critical condition.
The victim’s mother, Tara Butts, said, “You have no soul. You have no heart. You hit somebody, and you know you hit them and do what you did. You wrong, man. Turn yourself in.”
Butts listed her daughter’s injuries as “a pelvic bone broke, a rib broke, something about a liver laceration, head bleeding, face swollen, ankle broke.”
Cone’s family said she remains in critical condition, Tuesday.
The victim’s aunt, Katrina Johnson, said, “They didn’t deserve that. No one deserves that. That’s harsh, cruel.”
Cone and her boyfriend were crossing the street when the car hit them and proceeded to drive away.
According to Ahmed Aladwam, who was working at a nearby food mart, he heard a speeding car and then a loud smash. When he ran out, he found a man and a woman laying on the street.
Officer Kenia Fallat of the City of Miami Police Department said, “We’re looking for the driver of that vehicle and that vehicle with possible extensive front-end damage.”
Cone’s family said her boyfriend has broken bones but is awake and alert.
“If anybody saw something, say something,” said Butts.
Police describe the car they are looking for as a 2019 Infiniti Q-60.
If you have any information on this hit-and-run, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.
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