ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A four-year-old is recovering after being hit by a car over the weekend.
The driver of a black SUV took off, leaving the child lying in the street with a broken pelvis.
"When I was in the garage, I hopped on the skateboard and I started going. I couldn't stop," said 4-year-old Devery. "This dude in a black car, he was coming down the hill and I falled off the skateboard and got ranned over and he still was going,"
The child is now in a wheelchair with staples to the back of his head and his family is searching for answers
"I was trying to focus on him," said father Devon Nimham. "I wasn't trying to focus on anything else but by the time I looked ... the car was gone. How can you honestly have that in your heart to just hit anybody - but yet a 4-year-old child - and just keep going?" he said.
There were numerous cameras in the area monitoring a nearby construction site.
Security video from ICSS Inc. shows a black SUV with tinted windows - matching witness descriptions - speeding down the road at the time of the accident.
The security company says they're going to try to create higher resolution images to hopefully reveal a license plate number to give to police.
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